Over the years of visiting Death Valley, I have parked at the Keane Wonder Mill parking area, and taken quite a few hikes up to the Keane Wonder Mine. Sometimes, my friends and I have even continued on to the Big Bell Mine and Chloride City. Thus, I was happy to find out about the hike to the Keane Wonder Springs and Cyty's Mill, because it would give me something new to do in the area. The hike to Keane Wonder Springs also starts out at the parking area. As you can see in the first picture, the trail continues along mostly level ground, following the bottom of the mountainside north for a while. The second picture shows the old pipeline which also follows the trail. Eventually, you arrive at Keane Wonder Springs and quickly notice the fumes in the air. From what I've read the fumes come from hydrogen sulfide, which I guess is very dangerous to breathe in. Because I found a sign warning about breathing in the fumes, I didn't spend too much time at Keane Wonder Springs, just long enough to get some pictures of the beautiful grass and watery area. The hike continues on to Cyty's Mill, where there is a lot to see and explore.