The park is well staffed with volunteers, the path is well maintained, there are explanations about what you are looking out, or what you don't want to encounter... and plenty of fit people to challenge you on the climb. In addition, parking is not an issue (unlike Camelback Mountain). It is a very pleasant trail with good physical challenge opportunities.
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