You walk up to the rocks at the crest of the hill, grasshoppers jumping nimbly out of your way. A small barbecue pit, presumably used in warmer weather, sits to one side. From here, you have a clear view of the mountains to the west, and of the majestic one to the east. The west slope is uninvitingly steep and overgrown. Glancing up at the title, you wonder briefly why these are called "The Sunset Rocks".