Tourists continue to flock to Death Valley despite deadly heat wave

Tourists continue to flock to Death Valley despite deadly heat wave

Death Valley, California — Hundreds of European tourists touring the western United States and visitors from around the country continued to flock to Death Valley National Parkeven as the desolate region known as one of the hottest places on the planet is suffering from a dangerous heatwave that was blamed for the death of a motorcyclist over the weekend.

French, Spanish, English and Swiss tourists emerged from the air conditioning of their motor homes and rented cars to snap photos of the arid landscape, so different from the rolling green hills and snow-capped mountains of some of their homes. The American adventurers relished the novelty, while officials at the California park warned visitors to stay safe.

“I was excited that it was going to be this hot,” said Drew Belt, a resident of Tupelo, Mississippi, who wanted to stop in Death Valley, which boasts the lowest elevation in the United States, before climbing California’s Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the lower 48 states.It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. A bit like walking on Mars.”.

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