Reasons we loved it:
- The tram ride up to the part is wonderful and takes about 30+ minutes. (part of it was via the Metro system, then separate ticket for the 2nd tram ride to the park).
- There is a local farmer's market at the top, right at the entrance, selling excellent snack items as well as crafts.
- Overall, nice fresh air and enjoyable hike. We did not get to see the whole park due to some logistical issues, as noted below.
Plan ahead (not sure why, but you won't find this info in Lonely Planet or on the park's website):
- Go right away in the morning as the park reaches capacity in the afternoon and they won't let anyone else up, though you can still ride the tram up to the top if you arrive after capacity (though that took some time to get them to agree).
- If you want to rent bicycles, you need to show your license.
- Some parts of the park close at 4:30, other parts at 5:30.
- The last START time for a free park guides is 3pm.
- One trail takes you to activities that are paid in one lump sum upfront. The other trail is a pay-as-you-go for activities system.
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