Agueberry Point

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Agueberry Point is one of the best places to sense the immensity of open spaces in Death Valley National Park. Named after local miner Pete Agueberry, Agueberry Point sits over 6,000 feet above the floor of Death Valley, a vertical relief roughly 1,000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon. This ridge along the Panamint Range affords expansive views in every direction, from Death Valley’s numerous mountain ranges, the nearby Sierra Nevada and an endless sea of peak into Nevada.