Length: 2 miles, one-way.
Starting Point: Sand Dunes parking area, 2.2 miles east of Stovepipe Wells, Hwy 190.
Description: Graceful desert dunes, numerous animal tracks. Walk cross-country to 120 ft. high dunes. Best in morning or afternoon for dramatic light. Also good for full moon hikes. No Trail Day Hikes Outside of the Furnace Creek Area - Location Map
Length: 1.5 miles, one-way.
Starting Point: Titus Canyon Mouth parking area, 3 miles off Scotty's Castle road on graded dirt road.
Description: Easy access to lower Titus Canyon road. Follow gravel road up wash 1.5 mi. through narrows or continue to Klare Springs and petroglyphs at 6.5 miles. No camping allowed.
Length: 7 miles, one-way.
Starting Point: Mahogany Flat Campground, upper Wildrose Canyon Road. Rough, steep road after Charcoal Kilns.
Description: Strenuous trail to highest peak in the park (11,049 ft.) with a 3,000 ft. elevation gain. Ancient bristlecone pines appear just above the 10,000 ft. level. The summit rewards you with spectacular views ranging from Badwater, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere to the east, to Mt. Whitney, the highest point in the lower 48 United States to the west. Climbing this peak in the winter requires ice axe and crampons, and is only advised for experienced climbers. Telescope Peak is usually snow-free by June. Don't forget that the high altitude may slow you down.
Length: 4.2 miles, one-way.
Starting Point: Charcoal Kilns parking area, upper Wildrose Canyon Road.
Description: A good high peak to climb (9,064 ft.). Trail begins at north end of kilns with an elevation gain of 2,200 ft. Spectacular views beyond 2 mile point. Steep grade for last mile.