Originally Posted by DR. Rock
was called the "Breadloaf" rock:
The City of Rocks isn't that big of a metropolis, kind of like Boston, or San Francisco. It wasn't long before we were headed towards the next range:
Up Birch Creek rd, to Oakley where we'd gas up again for the next stretch, a 60mile run up and over Monument Pass, the highest point of the T2 route.
I spent 2 weeks climbing at City of Rocks a while back. What an awesome place. The fact that so few people are there and that the rock is so good is what makes it amazing. There are few other places that have such good climbing where you can camp at the base yet have so few people around. Sure ain't the Gunks !
Now - the thought of riding a motorcycle to get there and then doing the climbing - now that's good times ! If you could also surf and telemark in the same day I think you would have heaven.