Borax Fueled Development Of Death Valley And Its Distinctive Lodging

Posted: May 7, 2012

There’s gold in Death Valley. White gold. It took prospectors Aaron and Rosie Winters to discover it in the late 1800s, a San Francisco businessman to develop it, a television and radio show to market it – and today’s environmental … Continued


Pedal Power In Death Valley; Furnace Creek Resort Bike Rentals And Packages Offer Thrills, Challenges To Adventurous Travelers

Posted: January 31, 2012

There are 785 miles of roads in California’s Death Valley National Park, and most of them can be pedaled. Furnace Creek Resort offers mountain bike rentals as well as two bike packages that make it easy for visitors to get … Continued


California’s Death Valley National Park Provides Rugged Backdrop For Historic Structures — Furnace Creek Resort And Scotty’s Castle

Posted: June 7, 2011

While the elegant Inn at Furnace Creek in Death Valley National Park has long been a haven for travelers seeking a private getaway, executives at the Pacific Coast Borax Company in 1922 probably took a huge leap of faith when … Continued