April 15, 2024

Lake Manly is a rare natural lake that only appears after periods of heavy rain in Death Valley National Park. It had not appeared for over two decades before Hurricane Hilary in Southern California brought it back to life. We went to visit this unique spot and had a blast exploring a lake that formed at the lowest point in North America. Let us know what you think in the comments!

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