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Most of the unpaved roads in and around Death Valley are "Cadillac roads". The possible exception that you will want to drive (If it is open) is Titus canyon. It is only open when it is relatively easy to get through.......But it changes with every significant rain event. The clearance of the OB should be sufficient.

I would carry water........Much more water than you think you might need. A few hours stuck will suck more moisture out of you than you can imagine. Other than that, a small shovel, a tow strap and a tire plugging kit, along with a 12v air compressor. If it is really rocky, you may want to air down, drop your tire pressure to 15/20 lbs. Do not drive at high speed until you air back up........Thus the compressor. Service stations are 50-100 miles apart in the Valley. (There are only two, in the Valley itself.) Have fun. Oh, and it will be fairly hot during the day, but the temp drops dramatically when the sun goes down, around 4:30, this time of year. Bring warm gear. Good luck.
 
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