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Furnace Creek, California: Harmony Borax Works

Iconic double wagons displayed from the Borax 20-mule team at the original Death Valley processing site developed in the 1880s. Short walk to ruins and wagon display.

Death Valley National Park

Mustard Canyon Dr., Furnace Creek, CA
Harmony Borax Works Interpretive Trail, 2 mi. north of town, west side of Hwy 190.
Park entry fee.
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Harmony Borax Works

Well worth stopping at the Harmony Borax Works and walking the interpretive trail, which is easy. Very educational and a clearer understanding of how the folks worked, lived and survived in Death Valley.

[A. Dudley, 03/11/2020]

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