The park located just outside of Twentynine Palms, California, encompasses almost 800,000 acres, with elevations ranging from 536 feet to 5,814 feet.
A main route through Death Valley National Park is open again, but numerous other roads remain closed because of debris and damage from flooding earlier in the week.
The National Park Service reports that the park on the California-Nevada border saw a record 1,678,660 visitors last year. Meanwhile, the number of tourists visiting the Lake Mead National Recreation Area dipped slightly, though it remained the sixth-busiest site in the park service’s portfolio.
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Southwest Airlines has been given the green light to operate nonstop flights to Hawaii, according to the airline.
The hike from Zabriskie Point to Golden Canyon is a moderately strenuous one, but it rewards the strong with a look at some of Death Valley National Park’s finest geologic formations.
With Southwest Airlines set embark on a new journey over the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii, nonstop flights from Las Vegas to the island chain may not be far behind.
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Las Vegas airport is turning to technology to streamline the airport experience for those with a cognitive disability.
This former U.S. Army station from the 1860s sits just outside Nevada’s southern tip.
Security screeners at airports nationwide discovered a record number of firearms and unusual items in carry-on bags last year — including a grenade found in a bag in Las Vegas.
Southwest Airlines has completed a test flight from Oakland, California, to Honolulu to demonstrate to federal aviation officials that it should be authorized to begin scheduled flights from the U.S. mainland to Hawaii.
The quirky town is perhaps best known for what some call the Chloride Murals, painted by longtime Las Vegan Roy Purcell.
The Federal Aviation Administration reported delays in air travel Friday because of a “slight increase in sick leave” at two East Coast air traffic control facilities.
It was taking more than an hour for passengers to get through domestic checkpoints at the world’s busiest airport in Atlanta on Monday, the first business day after security screeners missed paychecks for the first time due to partial government shutdown.