My family and I have gone to the park at least five times in the past few years. There are several trails of different levels of difficulty so no matter what type of shape you are in you should be able to do one of the trails: be warned it is about 7,000 feet in altitude. If this is your first trip I would recommend spending a few extra dollars for a guide. You will not only learn a ton more but will be supporting the upkeep of this great park. I would recommend the following, take a light jacket you can take off or put on because depending what trail you pick if you are under the trees it can get chilly and then you reach places where the sun is out. I would also take water and a power snack because the longer hikes can take a while. The coolest time we went the clouds started rolling in right over the top of us, you could reach out and touch them. We also went to the waterfall once…a lot of up and down and pretty hard on your knees but a pretty cool hike.
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