My husband and I did the 1-day hike with James in the summer of 2011, and we are still talking about it. We are in our 40s and relatively fit, could be more fit. We wore sensible hiking shoes. It was a bit challenging. Ther ewere several others in the group, including one lady in flip-flops (!!). Our first clue at how tiring it would be came when we were just walking to reach the wall. James set a brisk pace as we walked uphill. When he stopped to answer his phone, we were all already out of breath and joked that we needed to get his number so we could call him whenever we wanted to take a short break. The scenery is breathtaking. Climbing up near-vertical, crumbling portions of the wall was thrilling. I kept wondering, what happens if someone twists their ankle - how do they get down? Thankfully, everyone in our group handled the hike just fine, even Miss Flip-Flops, and we all got along well. It was an experience I will never forget.
One thing - bathrooms are pretty non-existent, so keep that in mind.
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