Discover Hiking, Hot Springs and a Secret Foodie Haven Just Outside Death Valley
by Robert Earle Howells
By any drive-by or drive-through impression, Tecopa looks bleak. The small desert town on the stoop of Death Valley has a smattering of trailer homes, a couple of time-warp motels and some hot springs. Barren mountains form its backdrop. No gas stations. No stores….
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