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Geology Image Gallery - Flash Floods

Furnace Creek Inn.

Furnace Creek Inn

Photo by Gerry Wolfe, NPS.

View of the Furnace Creek Inn after the floods of July 15, 1999.

Mudflow streams down Artist's Drive.

Mudflow

Photo by Gerry Wolfe, NPS.

A mudflow streams down Artist's Drive, July, 1999.

Grapevine Canyon flood damage.

Flood damage

Photo by Gerry Wolfe, NPS.

Boulders litter the road at Grapevine Canyon (East of Scotty's Castle) after the floods of July 14th, 1999. Note the sign on its side, warning about the potential for flash floods in the area.

Golden Canyon trail flood damage.

Flood damage

Photo by Gerry Wolfe, NPS.

Knee-high boulders remain strewn over the Golden Canyon trail and parking lot after the floods of July, 1999.

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