Every camp gathering needs an adventure, and Sunday we had ours when Mary, Linda, Linda, and T Rex (the dog) and I piled into the Subie for a trip down Titus Canyon in Death Valley.
The early part of the road was pretty much washboard quality, but worth it to see the big vistas and high mountains of Titanothere Canyon.
This is the view from the top of Red Pass (elevation 5250 feet), the divison Titanothere Canyon and Titus Canyon. That’s the road down there, that little narrow thing through the bottom of Titus Canyon.
The rock formations were truly amazing. I think this one ended up being my favorite.
This one was a close second.
The geological stuff here is amazing. Look at these folded layers!
It’s 26.4 miles of “recommended for two-wheel, high clearance vehicles” road, but the Subaru kind of ate it up. We did stop once to get out and check what looked like a really rocky bit of road, but some careful driving through and we were fine.
Next Death Valley adventure? Coming up real soon!