Titus Canyon Narrows is an amazing hike in Death Valley National Park. This trail is kid friendly and leads through soaring cliffs and incredible scenery. The Titus Canyon trail leads hikers through one of the grandest canyons in Death Valley. Its soaring cliffs offer a glimpse into the twisted geological history of Death Valley. The walls are smooth in many places due to repeated flash flooding. That said flash floods are a real danger on this trail, so always be aware and check the forecast before embarking on this trek. Keep an eye out for 4WD vehicles coming down the narrow road; the earlier you start the less likely you are of seeing any vehicles. There is camping available in Death Valley National Park.
Titus Canyon Road was built in 1926 to serve the mining town of Leadfield. When the lead bottomed out about a year later it quickly turned into a ghost town.
Entrance & Camping Fees
Contact: Death Valley National Park P.O. Box 579 Death Valley, CA 92328
Death Valley Trails