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The city from campsite 15 after a September snow.
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By Darshan Ahluwalia
From: Petaluma, CA
Nov 6, 2006
NOTE TO SELF: Must go to City of Rocks!
By Peter Franzen
Administrator
From: Phoenix, AZ
Nov 21, 2006
What an outstanding picture! I can't believe I haven't been there yet.
By Dirty Gri Gri, or is it GiGi?
From: Vegas
Nov 22, 2006
Magical.
By Ryan Palo
From: Bend, oregon
Nov 22, 2006
Awesome. New desktop background
By Bill Gibbs
From: Andover, Ks.
Aug 3, 2007
awesome picture!!!
By Ben Folsom
Aug 27, 2007
This is an amazing campsite, and what a great photo!!!!
By Remo
From: Madison, WI
May 10, 2009
Cool shot, I wish I was there right now.
By Blitzo
Aug 23, 2010
Great lighting.
By alex reb.
May 30, 2013
any one have contact info for the camp ground?? if im only staying one night and plan on doing night climbs is it necessary to get a camp site?
By zoso
May 30, 2013
Kind of an odd place to ask such a question, but if you're not physically sleeping somewhere than why would you need a campsite? Just bivy in yer car or get more creative. Unless of course you're worried about Ninja-Rangers out patrolling in the wee hours of the night. If so, climb in all black and don't use any lights or neon colored ropes.
By Andrew Carson
From: Wilson, WY
Jun 22, 2014
Exceptional! Especially good to see all that snow on Cache Peak, a sign of the seasonal shift.
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The city from campsite 15 after a September snow.

Submitted By: smax on Sep 18, 2006
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