|Eastern Mojave Vegetation
|Dale Dry Lake, San Bernardino County, California.
Dale Dry Lake is located in the south-central portion of the Mojave Desert almost immediately north of the boundary between the Mojave and Colorado deserts. The Transverse Ranges, which mark the border between the two deserts in this area, are directly south of the valley in which Dale Dry Lake lies.
The lake is in a high desert valley surrounded by the Sheep Hole Mountains to the north and east, the Bullion Mountains to the North, the Pinto Mountains to the south, and the Little San Bernardino Mountains to the south and west. It is separated from the west half of the valley and the Mesquite Lake -- Twentynine Palms area by Valley Mountain, rising 2,311 feet above sea level and about 1,000 feet above the valley floor. The lowest point of Dale Dry Lake is 1,164 feet above sea level; the beach is about 1,180 feet above sea level.
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Date and time this article was prepared:3:14:28 PM, 2/25/2024.