This hike was very intense, but worth every drop of sweat. You scramble up rocks, crawl along ledges, and climb lots of ladders. At the end, you get a beautiful view. Don't be fooled by the distance: it's only .9 miles, but that took us 1.5 hours. It's not recommended that you go down the way you came up. The trail to get down takes you back to the Loop Road, but you have to turn right and walk maybe half a mile.
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