I-190, Death Valley

Death Valley National Park, California, United States
Photo by: Jason Taperell
Date: 2007-04-06
Image ID: 301610
A view of the I-190 as it plunges down into Death Valley. The road drops almost 200 feet from here to its lowest point before climbing steeply out of the valley again. I-190 contains the lowest point on the US road network.

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