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Teakettle Junction, California

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Teakettle Junction, California

Teakettle Junction
unincorporated community
Teakettle Junction as of 2005
Teakettle Junction as of 2005
Teakettle Junction is located in California
Teakettle Junction
Location in California
Country United States
State California
County Inyo County
Elevation[1] 4,150 ft (1,265 m)
A Tomistoma and Teakettle Junction.
Teakettle Junction As of December 2011.

Teakettle Junction is a junction in Inyo County, California.[1] It lies at an elevation of 4,150 feet (1,260 m).[1] It is in Death Valley near the Racetrack Playa, and Ubehebe Crater.

At the junction where the unimproved road from Ubehebe Crater meets roads to the Racetrack Playa and Hunter Mountain, there is a sign reading "Teakettle Junction," with many teakettles that visitors have attached to it, with messages written on them.


  1. ^ a b c U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Teakettle Junction, California

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