Not the cliff band lookers right, but the rock just below the lone tree, center of the photo. Sucks that your corn is hard though, cause up here in the PNW it's all soft and squishy. That rock looks like so much fun.
We had a recent storm, temps dipped last week, started the corn cycle, but the corn layer is not yet deep.
Things do get soft and squishy here, but usually around the same time they do, the riding window is 30 minutes between rock-solid and too damn sticky. The latter especially true by the end of a long descent.
We'll see. This particular hike is exhausting, but I do like the idea of lapping it, and when its soft, claiming both the rock and the cliff.