Death Valley Trailblazer Patch

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Did you know that the hottest temperature ever recorded was in Death Valley at 134 degrees in 1913? Even in these scorching temperatures life goes on at Death Valley National Park! Desert Bighorn sheep are just one of the adaptable animals who thrive in the sanctuary of this extreme national park.

Relive your day in the sun with this Death Valley National Park Trailblazer patch. With Art Deco lettering and rich, colorful embroidery the Trailblazer series conjures the timeless beauty of our national parks. Available exclusively on America's National Park™ Online Store, add it to your collection today.

Product Details
  • 2 1/2'' x 3 1/2''
  • Iron-on or stitch to apply
  • Find more from the Trailblazer series HERE


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Death Vally 14th Mar 2019

Nice patch, I was in Death Valley in June-July 1993,

— Gordon Disch

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