We are over 50. We took two walks. One was Bald Rock which was very easy on a decked pathway. The end provided a beautiful enjoyable view. The other was Pulpit Rock which was a challenge. It was very difficult to go down Pulpit since there are no steps and is very steep on dirt and rocks. Perhaps a walking stick would have helped us. The initial steep descend lasted about 10 minutes. Walking back up took a lot of energy but seemed easier and less dangerous. I would not recommend Pulpit for seniors unless they were in extremely good shape. Trail was clearly marked. Pick up a free map when you pay at the gate or save a copy of the map to your phone. Remember, there is no wi-fi on trails.
Both trails were short and did not take a long time You can leave water bottles in your car. Make sure your have a full tank of gas before going to the park since gas is expensive at the park. The park accepted credit cards for parking/entrance fee $10.
We also went to the observation tower. If you are a senior, be ready for a workout going up the steps and make sure you have good balance and hold on when you walk down.
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