Death Valley National Park Fun Facts:
- At 3.4 million acres, it's the largest National Park in the lower 48 states
- The highest recorded temperature in the world was recorded in Death Valley's Furnace Creek at 134 F in July 1913
- Contains the lowest point in the country - Badwater Basin lies at 282 feet below sea level
- Home to more than 1,000 species of plants, 300 species of birds, 51 species of mammals, and 36 species of reptiles
Our National Parks Alphabet Collection is a fun way to keep track of all the parks you’ve visited! Meant to be layered, show off your wanderlust with our collectable bracelets!
Description: 4mm gemstones, crystal accent beads, and 7mm acrylic alphabet beads on a clear elastic cord. Comes with a description card, reusable drawstring bag and box - perfect for gifting!
Purchasing this bracelet will donate $1 to One Tree Planted and $1 to the National Park Foundation. Please click here to learn more about our chosen charities.
Please note: Unless otherwise specified, bracelets pictured are size Small. Each size will have a different number of stones. Also, due to the natural state of our gemstones, slight variations in color and shape is possible.