I was there a few years ago, DV is really an astonishing place. I'd say how you edit depends on the feeling you want to convey to the reader. DV is many things, depending on the light. It can appear stark or full of life and beauty; it can appear desolate or rich; it can appear dead or full of life. You need to decide which of these you want to convey to your viewer.
When I was there it was full sun, though not direct. There was plenty of contrast and sky color. What I remember of this spot (and some others in DV) is the layers of detail: the sweep of the immense views, then the nearer-structure of the badlands and nearby mountains, and finally the personal-level detail of plants, pebbles and sand. Each scope had its own palette and texture. I could spend weeks photographing there.
What do you want this photo to say?