We hiked about two-thirds of the way around the walk and thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon. By coincidence the only other walkers we met were English - 'mad dogs and Englishmen out in the midday sun'? Part of the route was reasonably steep, so it probably isn't suitable for those with physical limitations, but it does offer some beautiful views and standing below the city gives you an idea of what a great defensive position it was. We found lots of diversions on the way and it was pleasant to walk among trees and grass after a morning of city sightseeing.
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