Yosemite to Death Valley – Incredible National Park Road Trip

On this Yosemite to Death Valley road trip, minds will be blown by the unbelievably magical and sensational natural works of art. It is famous for its majestic views, rushing waterfalls, towering monoliths, and spectacular scenery.

Without stopping, the route from Yosemite National Park to Death Valley National Park is around 486 miles.

Distance from Yosemite to Death Valley

The perfect starting point, Yosemite National Park is a prevalent national park on the west coast full of breathtaking natural wonders that draw in millions of visitors annually.

Best Stops Yosemite National Park

It is a crown jewel in Lake Tahoe, its stunning array of blues and greens catching the eye, the mountain backdrop making it one of the most photographed locations in the United States.

Emerald Bay State Park, South Lake Tahoe

Visitors to the park step back in time to what the ghost town once looked like when the state of California took over the park to save its historical and educational value.

Bodie State Historic Park, Bridgeport

There is a boardwalk trail at Mono Lake County Park to access the north shore tufa site for a land-based option for seeing these spectacular natural wonders.

Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve

At the Minaret Vista, you can see unobstructed views of these landmarks and the two tallest peaks in the Ritter Range, Banner Peak and Mount Ritter.

Minaret Vista, Mammoth Lakes

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