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11:37  21 november  2017
11:37  21 november  2017 Source:   Travel + Leisure

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Among the hottest places on Earth — from Death Valley to Sudan — the destination with the hottest regular In the 1960s, U.S. mining companies conducting geological surveys recorded a daily high of 115 degrees Fahrenheit, the highest average temperature of any inhabited place on the planet.

As most of the northern hemisphere is currently huddled under blankets and battling frigid temperatures, it might be hard to imagine any place on earth that could get colder than the subzero temperatures that many populated cities struggle with in the coldest months of the year.

Among the hottest places on Earth — from Death Valley to Sudan — the destination with the hottest regular temperatures is a remote spot in the Ethiopian desert that’s only accessible by camel.

Dallol, in the Danakil Depression, has earthquakes, volcanoes, geysers and salt canyons. Dallol was at one time a busy camp with workers mining for potash, sylvite, and salt, but the mine is now abandoned.

In the 1960s, U.S. mining companies conducting geological surveys recorded a daily high of 115 degrees Fahrenheit, the highest average temperature of any inhabited place on the planet. The only time the average daily temperatures dip below 100 degrees Fahrenheit is in January and February.

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When U.S. mining companies were conducting geological surveys in the early 1960s, they recorded the hottest average temperature for an inhabited location on Earth . It’s for good reason National Geographic credited this area as being one of the cruelest places on earth .

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Even though the area is brutally hot, it’s also strikingly beautiful.

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The hot springs boast bright colours made by chloride and iron hydroxide emissions collecting in pools. The salt canyons are also some of the most impressive features of the area. Pillars of salt – a result from erosion – rise up to 130 feet high and vary in pinkish hues.

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According to the Scholastic Book of World Records 2007 the hottest inhabited place on earth is recorded as Dallol Ethiopia in Africa where temperatures can reach 145 degrees fahrenheit, or 62.8 celsius.

The Danakil Depression in Ethiopia is one of the hottest places on Earth , and yields more than 1.3 tons of salt annually. × Recommended For You Powered by Sailthru. The Hottest Inhabited Place On Earth [PHOTOS].

People still make the long and arduous trek to Dallol for salt, since it’s one of the few natural resources of value in the region. But because the journey is so difficult, the locals refer to the area as “The Gateway to Hell.” There are no roads; traveling by camel can take a full day.

Just looking at photos of the Danakil Depression is making us thirsty.

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