On 12/07/2018 Bob Croke, Jim Herring and I drove to Beatty to get to Titus Canyon Road. The 27 mile, often washboard adventure was much more than a drive! It has astounding mountains, steep twisting roads with hairpin turns, gorgeous colorful rock formations, bighorn sheep, lush plant life and cacti, a ghost town, abandoned mines, a dry waterfall, ancient petroglyphs, and breathtaking canyon narrows.I can see why this is the most popular back-country road in Death Valley National Park. Once we got into the mountains, the road is lined with vibrant, colorful rock deposits in reds, pinks, golds, yellows, greens, and purples. In places it reminded me of Artist’s Palette. Click her for pictures and a description of this trip ... Titus Canyon Road - Death Valley National Park.