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National park tips: They call it Death Valley and still, crowds come in summer. You shouldn't

Yes, I know, this seems obvious in a place bearing the name Death Valley National Park, but this spot can be dangerous. In July and August, park temperatures routinely approach 120 degrees (with overnight lows in the 90s). But believe it or not, apart from May (122,137 visitors), Death Valley's...
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