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Access Issue: Private Land-gate closed and locked by nightfall. Details
Sugarloaf is a privately owned recreation area. The park is closed at night and the gate is locked. Allow enough time to pack, hike, and drive out the oneway road to the gate before it is locked.
This area offers stronger climbers with a bit more challenging climbs than the main crags. North facing crag and can sometimes receive a strong bite of wind if climbing the near winter season.
Getting There [Edit]
Take Comus Road to the intersection in Stronghold with the Sugarloaf Mountain entrance on right. Instead of turning right into the park (as for the main climbing areas), continue straight ahead on Comus Road a short distance to an intersection with Mount Ephraim Road. Turn right and take Mount Ephraim Road about 2 miles to a small pull-off (only holds two cars) on the right, at the trailhead for North Peaks Trail (towards White Rocks NOT to West View Parking). Follow a blue-blazed trail about 15 minutes uphill to an overlook on the left. Go to North end of the rocks. This overlook is the top of White Rocks.
Classic Climbing Routes at White Rocks
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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