The Grapevine Mountains straddle the border between California and Nevada and form the northeastern “wall” of Death Valley. Many colorful starta of rock can be scene in this range, as well as some forested peaks, a rare phenomenon in the lower ranges of Death Valley. Titus Canyon and Fall Canyon are two of the more popular canyons found in the range. Thimble Peak and Corkscrew Peak offer scramblers craggy heights which are easily approached from good roads. The higher peaks are far more difficult to reach due to their remote location.