Watched the Comancheros the night before and so to hike into and see the same land the next day was fun. Plan on 3- 4 hours unless you are making it a speed event... And there is a sign when you reach the end of the trail. Take plenty of water its a wonderful hike in the fall - would love to hike it again.
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