Devil’s Golf Course

Large halite salt crystal formations in Devil’s Golf Course are just the tip of salt/gravel beds that extend up to 9,000 feet below the surface. Unlike the valley floor at Badwater, this place remains dry, allowing weathering processes to sculpt the salt there into complicated, razor-sharp formations. 

Devil’s Golf Course should not be confused with an actual golf course in Furnace Creek, also in Death Valley.

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