Hiked this trail with two 8 yr olds, 6 yr old, 5 yr old, 3 yr old and 2 yr old even 71 yr old super fit grandma. Be ready to get wet. Make sure your shoes protect your toes, a lot of shifting rocks underfoot to stub your toes on. I wore my regular hiking shoes, knowing they would get wet , also knowing that in June it was warm enough to dry them out overnight. A hiking pole is a plus. Most in our group of 11 had one, all the kids had one and grandma had two. Carry plenty of water with you to stay hydrated. Keep your electronics water proofed. Carry snacks too. June was in the 90s. Go only as far as you think your group can handle. The views were spectacular, a camera is a good idea, but pack it away while actually hiking, taking it out of water proofing as needed. The trail starts out paved from the tram stop to the actual trailhead. Have fun!
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