Aguereberry Point

promontory in Death Valley National Park, California, United States

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Geographical coordinates: 36.3578 -117.048

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English Aguereberry Point

Aguereberry Point is a promontory and tourist viewpoint in the Panamint Range, within Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, eastern California.

The point's elevation reaches 6,433 ft and is named for Jean Pierre "Pete" Aguereberry, a Basque miner who was born in 1874, emigrated from France in 1890, and lived at and worked the nearby Eureka Mine from 1905 to his death in 1945.From this viewpoint, one can see the surrounding Panamint Range extending to the north and south; Death Valley to the east, with Furnace Creek and the salt flats of Badwater Basin to the southeast; and Mount Charleston in Nevada far to the east.

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English Aguereberry Point

SourceDeath Valley National Park (en.wikivoyage.org)

Nearby

Death Valley National Park15.6 km
Furnace Creek19.4 km
Death Valley19.7 km
Furnace Creek Visitor Center19.9 km
Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort20.4 km
Panamint Range21.2 km
Telescope Peak21.2 km
Zabriskie Point22.3 km
Badwater Basin23.2 km
Lake Manly25.0 km
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