We rode the cable car to the top (for a fee) and then hiked to the bottom. Approaching the hike in this way made it an easy two hour hike, even with all of the stops for photos. There are many beautiful views, and the primary hiking trail is marked as a special wild flower trail. In July, there were many, many varieties of wildflowers. This is a great hike for photo opportunities. Hiking from the bottom to the top is free, of course. There is a restaurant open at the top, and there are restrooms available.
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