The hike feels like a 4 mile uphill staircase to get to the top, but likely one of the most beautiful walks on the planet. Weaving through sandstone slots, at least one tunnel, and cliff hanging trail segments. Once at the top, you look down at the hikers on the winding path to Angel Point. There are many spots on the rocks overlooking the valley that are perfect for a nap, picnic, or just to rest for the hike back down.
The most important recommendations I would make are:
1. Get into the park to catch the first shuttle of the day - the trail is brutally hot by 11AM - you'll pass plenty of people on the way down
2. Bring plenty of water
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