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      • Dante's View. Dante's View is a viewpoint terrace at 1,669 m (5,476 ft) height, on the north side of Coffin Peak, along the crest of the Black Mountains, overlooking Death Valley. Dante's View is about 25 km (16 mi) south of Furnace Creek in Death Valley National Park.
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  2. Towering 5,575 ft (1,699 m) above Badwater Basin, on the ridge of the Black Mountains, Dantes View is a favorite spot for photographers. Sunrise and sunset are especially magnificent here, and although this area is popular, it is easy to find solitude and set up the perfect shot with a short hike along the ridge to the north.

  3. Dec 31, 1998 · Dante's View 1998 R 1 h 25 m IMDb RATING 5.1 /10 90 YOUR RATING Cast & crew User reviews Trivia IMDbPro Crime Drama Thriller In a botched robbery, Samantha grabs stolen jewels and leaves her dying boyfriend at the scene. When her truck breaks down in Death Valley, she befriends June, an innocent girl who dreams of escaping her dead-end life.

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  4. Dantes View & Badwater The scenic drives to Dante’s View and Badwater are a must for visitors to Death Valley. Here you can see colorful badlands, two of the park’s finest overlooks and the lowest elevation in North America. A half-day is the minimum amount of time needed to visit these sites, but a full day is necessary if day hikes are included.

  5. Dante's View is a viewpoint terrace at 1,669 m (5,476 ft) height, on the north side of Coffin Peak, along the crest of the Black Mountains, overlooking Death Valley. Dante's View is about 25 km (16 mi) south of Furnace Creek in Death Valley National Park . Contents 1 Viewpoint 2 General 3 Etymology 4 Geological 5 In popular culture 6 See also

  6. Situated more than 3,000 feet above Badwater, Dante’s View gives you an almost bird’s eye view of the valley below and the mountain range across from it. It is one of my favorite places in the park, and here is all the information so you can check it out yourself. Details $25 to enter the park

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