On the last night of my trip I treated myself to an actual bed (mostly due to the encouragement of my friends back home who wanted to start a GoFundMe just so I wouldn't have to live like a vagabond).
I still woke up before the sunrise and ended up at this park, where sport climbing was really put on the map in the US. It's still home to some of the hardest routes in the world. Because of this, you could walk through the parking area and see license plates from all over the US, Mexico and Canada. It was amazing to squint at the rock and realize that dark speck on the wall is a person.
More amazing than the difficulty of the climb is the rock itself. Somehow, just hours from alpine lakes and waterfalls, are these amazing rocks that look like they were transplanted out of Utah or the Red Rocks in Colorado. The sheer scale of these cliffs can't be seen in pictures, but I did my best to capture it. It was a great start to a memorable last day of an unforgettable trip.