We arrived in late afternoon to shoot the sunset and found it to be a very interesting site. Shooting pix of the rocks and their trails was a challenge. Shooting to not show the footprints of the inconsiderate and destructive sods who walked in the mud when it was wet was even more of a challenge. For a wintertime sunset visit I'd recommend bringing along warm clothes because the temperature drops quickly due to the sunset, the altitude and the winds moving through the valley. As has been noted, the 27 mile unpaved road was rough and tough on the vehicles. We lost one tire due to the sharp rocks, so make sure you have the appropriate vehicle/tires. Your Prius just won't cut it on this road.
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