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On this PINK Select day trip from Las Vegas, see enormous, crimson rock formations, maze-like canyons, and peaks in the shape of animals. Explore Nevada's earliest and biggest state park to view famous movie locations, prehistoric rock art, and 1930s-era stone homes. Death Valley is indeed alive, and for amazing reasons, despite its ominous reputation. On Pink Jeep Tours PINK Select Death Valley Tour, learn more about it. On this amazing day drive from Las Vegas to Death Valley, pass through the Lower 48's hottest, driest, and lowest National Park.