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Austin Adventures Makes You Feel Alive In Death Valley Via Trek, Hike, Bike, Jeep, Swim And Star Gazing


The historic Furnace Creek Resort in Death Valley National Park and Austin Adventuresare creating a truly unique vacation experience where adventure and sophistication align in one of the most beautiful and extreme places on earth. The five-day, four-night Mojave Desert-exploring adventure, all based out of an authentic American oasis, allows participants to grasp the largest national park in the lower 48 states by foot, bike, Jeep and dark-skies star gazing to go where few have gone and seen before.

The Death Valley Adventure Vacation begins with a drive from Las Vegas to Death Valley National Park where travelers will explore a different part of the awe-inspiring National Park each day. Daily activities include hiking in Badwater Basin, North America's lowest point; getting lost in the golden hues and graceful curves of the Mesquite Dunes at sunset; tearing through Titus Canyon by four-wheel Jeep; enjoying the sprawling overlook at Dante's View; cruising down 25 miles of Coffin Mountain; and savoring evenings at leisure at the Inn at Furnace Creek, a literal oasis in the desert known for its ancient waters that gush from the mountainside. This is where the '49ers stopped en route to the gold fields and where the legendary Borax mule teams were based (and the relics are all still there).

Built in the 1920s, the upscale and refined Inn at Furnace Creek is nestled into the mountainside where the spring bubbles forth and features 66 charming rooms, fine dining, verandas with sweeping views of Death Valley, lush gardens, a stunning spring-fed pool, tennis courts and the lowest golf course in the Western Hemisphere. And of course there is a grove of palm trees that is also home to native coyotes and all sorts of wildlife.

The first Death Valley Adventure Vacation * kicks off February 15-19, 2015, with four other departures scheduled in February and March. In addition to all activities, the program includes most meals, safety equipment and bikes, guides and some swag. Incidentals such as taxes and gratuities are not included.

Rates for the five-day, four-night Death Valley Adventure Vacation are based on double occupancy and begin at $2,798 and do not include service fees. Travel is for select dates in February and March only and some restrictions apply. For information, details and reservations, call (800) 575-1540, visit www.austinadventures.com or email info@austinadventures.com .
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