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At the Ubehebe Crater Road project, June 19. This is a fog seal being applied over a chip seal. Yes, I realize the music is "interesting"... it's just what came up on my iPod, which was on shuffle.
Lightened version of timelapse video of the night sky over Ubehebe Crater, Death Valley. This night was very cloudy, so we'll be re-shooting, but I thought it was worth putting up anyway. Lighteneing makes it easier to see in this venue.
Slipping in Ubehebe Crater: It takes a long way down.
A loop around the crater passing by the smaller "Hebe"s scattered around their big mama! For photos, visit my blog: kinanfaham.com
A loop around the crater passing by the smaller "Hebe"s scattered around their big mama! For photos, you may visit my blog: kinanfaham.com
Panorama from the top of ubehebe peak
...the Museum of Ventura County Feb. 25-27. The trip will cover the Death Valley National Park and Scotty’s Castle tours, the mile wide Ubehebe Crater and other sites such as Badwater, the lowest elevation in the Western hemisphere. Napier, who taught geography...
Ventura County Star
great desert road in Death Valley NP
view of the amazing crater in Northern Death Valley
Ubehebe Crater, Death Valley, California - August 3, 2009
...Mountains beg to be explored. This 4-night itinerary on offer from Green Tortoise Adventures includes a trek into the colossal Ubehebe volcanic crater, visits to nearby desert hot springs, and hiking treks through narrow layered rocks of Mosaic Canyon. Set...
Shot this video while riding with one hand with my TZ5 in the other hand. Nothing crazy, just cruising from Scotty's Castle down towards the dirt, on my DR350S, following my buddy on his DRZ400S.
...music room, and fine dishes, as well as a museum, gift shop, snack, bar, and even a grave that you can walk up to. From there, go to Ubehebe Crater and marvel at the 700 foot depth of this gaping hole which is half a mile wide. Be careful if you walk around...
Death Valley NP April 09 at Ubehebe Crater, Darwin Falls, Thorndike Campground.
Roland & Constantin Explore Death Valley in March 2009. Includes impressions from Pahrump, Zabriskie Point, Ubehebe Crater, Scotty's Castle, Oldtimers, a Coyote and more.
Roland and Constantin explore Death Valley near Las Vegas, NV in March 2009. // created at animoto.com
...Frenchman Mountain and Valley of Fire State Park. Students' exploration of Death Valley National Park, including their hike into the Ubehebe Crater, is the subject of a short film that will be broadcast locally in September on Vegas PBS as a supplement to...
Las Vegas Review-Journal | LVRJ.com
Scenes from Death Valley, including a rare rain storm and a not-so-rare mooching coyote. Set to the music of Elton John.
Death Valley National Park, CA: A hike to the bottom of the Ubehebe Crater in Death Valley.
A 2-minute highlight of the Death Valley National Park DVD. Available on location in Death Valley National Park and from www.finleyholiday.com. Featuring the amazing picture and sound quality that only DVD can offer, this fully-narrated video lets you explore the scenic wonders, fascinating geology and pioneer history of Death Valley National Park, including Scottys Castle and the eccentric Death Valley Scotty. Death Valley is a land of extremes not just an empty desert as so many expect ...
This is only a trailer. Please go to mysite.verizon.net to see the entire show in high resolution and no commercials. Please make a comment if going to my website doesn't work for you. The actual program is a narrated video slide show of a five day field trip where we traveled from the California Central Coast (Santa Maria) inland to Death Valley and back again. This slideshow is long and unedited. It was made for the members of the class and no attempt was made to shorten or make it more ...
...castle, the road continues southwest into Death Valley through the scenic Grapevine Canyon. About eight miles from Scotty’s is Ubehebe Crater, a unique geological formation created more than 1,000 years ago when a volcano erupted. The road to the crater takes...
Lahontan Valley News & Fallen Eagle Standard
Recorded on January 2, 2009 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Alex and Danielle view Ubehebe Crater
Visit to ubehebe crater in Death Valley - Troop 1475
Trip with Scout Troop 1475 to Death Valley - 2008
ZUZZO NELLA DEATH VALLEY ALL'Ubehebe Crater
Ubehebe Crater, Death Valley 3
Ubehebe Crater, Death Valley 1
Dave running down Ubehebe Craiter
Our first motorcycle tour in June 2005. US-395, US-50, US-6, and US-95. Mount Whitney, Bishop, Bodie, Lake Tahoe, Ebbetts Pass, Jackson, Carson City, Austin, Eureka, Ely, Lunar Crater, Warm Springs, Tonopah, Goldpoint, Beatty, Rhyolite, Death Valley, Ubehebe Crater, Wrightwood. Music: "Illumin8" from www.secretgardenproject.com or http Full ride report at thumbwave.com Our buddy John's ride reports, who took some of the photos too, can be found here: www.goraiders.org
Death Valley Road Trip
My Friend explains why I'm stupid.
More at: www.game2p.com Peer 750 feet down into an ancient volcanic crater — Death Valley's deepest. Watch Clint huff and puff as he climbs out. Then join Clint, Mike, and Gary at Death Valley's mysterious Race Track where rocks move themselves.
...is from mid-February to mid-April, peaking in a gorgeous display of spring wildflowers, if the weather cooperates. Drive up to Ubehebe Crater, at the north side of the park, to watch the sun set. This windy geological pockmark 500 feet deep and half a mile...
Los Angeles Times
...to mid-April, peaking in a gorgeous display of spring wildflowers, if the weather cooperates. Avoid the crowds Drive up to Ubehebe Crater, at the north side of the park, to watch the sun set. This windy geological pockmark 500 feet deep and half a mile wide...
Peer 750 feet down into an ancient volcanic crater — Death Valley's deepest. Watch Clint huff and puff as he climbs out. Then join Clint, Mike, and Gary at Death Valley's mysterious Race Track where rocks move themselves. Whodoesn't like the outdoors? No one. And, since you're watching this video, we know that you'll enjoy the benefits of receiving our free National Park Outdoor eNewsletter. Simply go to Adventure-Crew.com and fill in the AC eNews box. You'll be glad you did. Only Adventure ...
A shot of Ubehebe crater in Death Valley, CA