Today, I am releasing my brand new Death Valley hiking report for Coyote BM peak in the Grapevine Mountains. This was an outstanding mid-June hike that I recently completed which featured an abundance of high elevation wildflowers in bloom, including Giant Four O’Clocks (pictured below). To view the new report, click on the link below or check out report #120 (currently) on the site’s Main Page. I hope you enjoy the new report and I look forward to returning to Death Valley in late Oct / early Nov of this year to carry out an exclusive 3-day backpacking expedition into the Last Change Range.
On Saturday, June 15, 2019, I carried out a solo hike to the summit of Coyote BM in the Grapevine Mountains. This was a peak that I had been hoping to reach for the past several years. It felt good to finally make it. In the near future, I will be releasing a brand new Death Valley hiking report covering Coyote BM. But in the meantime, I have something to share with you. Being that I was out on a solo hike and decided to do something a little fun and different, I filmed a 20-minute video showcasing the route and my journey to the top. This video is a companion piece to the regular hiking report which will come out later. I don’t do these very often, so I hope you enjoy it. (Also, just a note that I do not advise others to do this hike during times of hot weather in the park.)