Aguereberry Point is located just north of Telescope Peak on a mountain ridge between Death Valley and Panamint Valley. The access point to look for within the National Park is a few miles west of Stovepipe Wells and the signage for Wildrose is easy to spot. Emigrant Canyon Road and the roads to the Wildrose mining district are paved, while the condition of the dirt side roads vary greatly. The dirt road to Aguereberry Point is fairly smooth, but it is very narrow and there are vehicle length restrictions. Basically, the final ascending mile of Aguereberry Point Road is a one lane road with two way traffic, so it is best to stop at the beginning of this section to make sure the coast is clear before passing through. The same can be said about exiting the overlook in order to avoid awkward driving situations.
There is a small parking area up top at Aguereberry Point that many adventurists use as a daytime picnic gathering spot. The reason being is the panoramic views from this towering perch overlooking Death Valley way down below are so captivating, that it is difficult to leave it all behind. There are massive rock outcrops on this mountain top that are easy to climb, where complete 360 degree views can be found. Misty dust adds a mysterious effect to the distant views of the lowest valley in North America, while for those who rise early, this is the very best spot to experience a sunrise in Death Valley National Park. For these reasons, Aguereberry Point is well worth checking out, so be sure to log this intriguing overlook on the long list of Death Valley points of interest!
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