We took ten 10th graders and a few adults on this hike in April. We got lucky in that it was a beautiful day with clear blue skys, and the views were fantastic. We took a full lunch in our backpacks and fixed sandwiches, etc. for everyone to eat while sitting on the rocks and enjoying the views. After you have seen the main area, make sure to go back to where the trail splits just before the bunion (left goes to the main area), take the righthand split and then an immediate trail to the left which takes you up to the top of the rocks that overlook the main "bunion" area. That was a cool view also. The trail is strenuous, but we had some inexperienced hikers mixed into our group, and everybody made it with no troubles.
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