#203 Aguereberry Point

At 6,433 feet, Aguereberry Point is my favorite spot in Death Valley National Park. Endless views stretch for miles including the Panamint Range, Furnace Creek, Badwater and the massive valley floor itself. The point was named after Pete Aguereberry who came to America from France in 1890. He worked the famous Eureka Mine nearby from 1905 to 1945 and led visitors to this vista he named 'The Great View'. *4 wheel drive strongly recommended on this rough dirt road