We loved this hike. We stayed at the Hedges and you could see the rock from our cabin. We spent a beautiful September day doing this hike. It's not what I would call a hike for beginners. Although you could do probably the first two thirds if you're not a regular hiker. The top part of the trail got significantly steeper, although it was still a hike not a rock climb. Hiking sticks or double poles are recommended. Substantial shoes are necessary, no flip-flops. The view at the top was breathtaking. All four of us are over 55. My husband and I are over 65. He had a knee replaced 6 months ago and he could do this with a hiking stick. Younger hikers had no problem. There are several ways up and down, so you have to keep track of the trail markers.
Definitely a must-do hike if you are in the area
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