Arguably, the primary overlook in Death Valley National Park is atop the Black Mountains at 5,475 feet.
From here at Dante's View one can see the central part of the 100-mile-long valley.
In this hard salt bed in the central part is Badwater Basin, the lowest point in North America.
From the parking lot, a trail extended along the ridges to the southwest for the views in these next two photos.
A view back up the hill toward the parking lot.
The last quarter of a mile of the 13-mile drive to Dante's View is extremely steep (15% grade) and winding, though the final flat area at roads end has plenty of parking space.