We're certainly not experienced hikers, but we don't have any mobility issues. We found this hike to be fairly easy to manage, and quite enjoyable - it ends with a spectacular view of the Badlands, and is very scenic along the way. Only tricky part is the steep steps/ladder near the hike's beginning - but take your time with it (especially going down), and it's fine. A couple of spots where you're a bit close to a shard drop-off, so do have to watch footing (and keep an eye on kids), but nothing too dangerous. Otherwise, generally a fairly relaxed hike, and well worth the time.
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