Features to Experience
The rocks are cliffs with steep drop offs.
How to Access
The overlook is visible and a short walk from a small rustic parking area along Sugarloaf Road.
A fog embankment engulfs the valley below almost every morning and can be seen climbing the ridge top almost like an animal clawing it's way up. Occasionally the valley produces its own weather with a giant whirlwind circulation that carries the fog around. Another time the scene seems to come alive is when fast moving cumulus clouds move across with their shadows making each individual slope standout from the others. It's a mesmerizing view that stands out. Occasionally the park will need to cut back vegetation at the base of the cliffs or they'll cover up some of the scene. As of Autumn 2016 the scene is still fully clear.