The morning started with a ride through Titus Canyon, with its rugged mountains, colorful rock formations, petroglyphs, wildlife, rare plants and spectacular canyon narrows as a grand finale! We then headed to Scotty’s Castle. Scotty’s Castle is not a real castle, and it did not belong to the “Scotty” from whom it got its name. But the tour explained all, and was worth the visit. Next was Ubehebe Crater and the famous Racetrack. Then it was time for a all dirt road ride over Hunter Mountain to visit some of the most remote and extraordinary parts of northwestern Death Valley! This portion included Teakettle Junction and some great views of both the Saline and Panamint Valley. That night we stayed at Panamint Springs Resort, with a great sunset over the Panamint Valley.