This hike is amazing, but exhausting! Bring lots of water and/or expect to buy one per town. We walked on a rainy/cloudy day and we still needed lots of water. Good shoes is a must as the trails are very rocky and slippery from use. Part of the trail is still not open to walking due to the floods last year.
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