1. Cerberus Canyon in Death Valley

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    from Josh Baldwin / Added

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    This film is about Cerberus Canyon, a fun Death Valley canyon that starts near Dante's Peak and ends just south of Badwater. Total elevation drop of the route is over a mile. We did the south fork of this canyon in March, 2015. When we started, it was 27 degrees, windy, and freezing. By the time we got to the lower elevations, it was 80 with sun and no wind. When we arrived back at Dante's Peak to pick up the shuttle car, it was back down in the 30's. All in all it was a really fun day and a super scenic canyon. The views of Death Valley below and the crazy rock formations alone make it worth the trip! If you are easily disgusted, do not watch the vid.

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    • Death Valley Camping Trip

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      from Steven Taylor / Added

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      This video is about Death Valley

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      • 2013 Badwater Salton Sea

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        from Badwater® by AdventureCORPS® / Added

        Derek Fey of Team Jay & The Americans created this video with commentary about their experience competing in the inaugural 2013 Badwater Salton Sea 81-mile ultramarathon run, held May 6-7, 2013. The team also included Chris Twiggs and Badwater 135 pioneer Jay Birmingham. AdventureCORPS®, Inc. hosts BADWATER® Salton Sea annually in May. This remarkable event challenges up to 25 teams of two or three ultrarunners – running together as duos or trios for the duration, NOT in a relay – to tackle an unimaginable traverse of Southern California deserts and mountains. The route covers 81 miles (130km) non-stop from below sea level at the shoreline of the Salton Sea, across, up, and over Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, to the top of Palomar Mountain with a dramatic view of the Pacific Ocean. The inaugural race was held in 2013 and was received with wide acclaim. Fourteen teams competed in 2013 and nineteen teams competed in 2014. The third edition – with a 25 team limit – will be held May 3-4, 2015. The BADWATER Salton Sea route is 81 miles from Salton City (elevation 125 feet below sea level) to Palomar Mountain, the almost tallest mountain in San Diego County (finish line elevation: 5500 feet above sea level.) There is a total elevation gain of over 9000 feet. Eight of the 81 race miles pass through Anza-Borrego State Park on a single track trail known as the California Riding and Hiking Trail from near Borrego Springs to near Ranchita, creating a race route which is a mix of road and trail. More info: www.badwater.com. More about Derek's team here: http://dbase.adventurecorps.com/teamResults.php?t=6

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        • From the Highest to the Lowest. Denali to Death Valley

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          From the highest point on the US continent, Mount Denali, Alaska, to the lowest, Badwater Basin, Death Valley California. 2,600 Nautical Miles Sailed 345km Walked 3,200km Cycled and over 6000 students inspired along the way. Join the journey and get inspired.

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          • Death Valley National Park

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            from Ryan McGinley / Added

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            A collection of video and time-lapse clips showcasing Death Valley National Park in Furnace Creek, California.

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            • Badwater® Salton Sea - 2014

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              from Joe Nakamura / Added

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              The 100 Mile Club® put together a team of 3 to represent at the BADWATER® Salton Sea Ultramarathon. Nathan Longcrier, JP Sakamoto, and Joe Nakamura ran 81 miles climbing 10k ft from the Salton Sea to the top of Palomar Mtn, supported by Mary and Nicole Matera. Temps reached up to 99 degrees and dropped as low as 33 degrees. It rained, it blew sand at 40mph. It was EPIC! Team 100 Mile Club took 3rd place overall and had a blast doing it! Thank you Chris Kostman and AdventureCORPS®, Inc. for another World-Class race in the BADWATER® ULTRA CUP series.

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              • Badwater 135 mile run 2014 - Featuring Larry Slam and the Bacon Bits

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                from Jason Leman / Added

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                Larry Stephens runs the Badwater 135 mile race (2014 course), crewed by Frank Page, Carrie Brant, Desiree Marek, and Jason "Jbob" Leman.

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                • 2014 Badwater® 135: Video News Reel with highlights of the July 21-23, 2014 "World's Toughest Foot Race"

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                  AdventureCORPS, Inc. hosts BADWATER® 135 annually in July of each year. Recognized globally as "the world's toughest foot race," this legendary event pits up to 100 of the world's toughest athletes—runners, triathletes, adventure racers, and mountaineers—against one another and the elements. Covering 135 miles (217km) non-stop over the most epic terrain imaginable and finishing at the end of the road on Mt. Whitney, it is the most demanding and extreme running race offered anywhere on the planet. The 37th anniversary edition, featured here, took place July 21-23, 2014. More info at badwater.com. Video created, edited, and directed by Jeric Wilhelmsen of ultraracereport.com and produced by AdventureCORPS, Inc.

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                  • 2014 Badwater® 135: Men's Champion Harvey Lewis Newsreel, July 21-22, 2014

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                    from Badwater® by AdventureCORPS® / Added

                    AdventureCORPS, Inc. hosts BADWATER® 135 annually in July of each year. Recognized globally as "the world's toughest foot race," this legendary event pits up to 100 of the world's toughest athletes—runners, triathletes, adventure racers, and mountaineers—against one another and the elements. Covering 135 miles (217km) non-stop over the most epic terrain imaginable and finishing at the end of the road on Mt. Whitney, it is the most demanding and extreme running race offered anywhere on the planet. The 37th anniversary edition, featured here, took place July 21-23, 2014. More info at badwater.com. Video created, edited, and directed by Jeric Wilhelmsen of www.ultraracereport.com and produced by AdventureCORPS, Inc.

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                    • 2014 Badwater® 135: Day Two: Harvey Lewis & Grant Maughan Cross the Finish Line in 1st & 2nd, while Alison Venti nears the line

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                      from Badwater® by AdventureCORPS® / Added

                      AdventureCORPS, Inc. hosts BADWATER® 135 annually in July of each year. Recognized globally as "the world's toughest foot race," this legendary event pits up to 100 of the world's toughest athletes—runners, triathletes, adventure racers, and mountaineers—against one another and the elements. Covering 135 miles (217km) non-stop over the most epic terrain imaginable and finishing at the end of the road on Mt. Whitney, it is the most demanding and extreme running race offered anywhere on the planet. The 37th anniversary edition, featured here, took place July 21-23, 2014. More info at badwater.com. Video created, edited, and directed by Jeric Wilhelmsen of www.ultraracereport.com and produced by AdventureCORPS, Inc.

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