This is a long hike. We did it with three kids ages 8, 9, and 11. The guide stated it would take 5 hours and we did it in 4.75 hours. At no point in time were there drop offs that were dangerous and as long as you stuck with the trail things were safe. We had five people and five 24 ounce bottles of water with a gatorade. We hiked in March where the temperature was 65 degrees and we had just enough water. DEFINITELY BRING ALOT OF WATER. The path was mostly marked with white arrows and every 15 minutes we paused for thirty seconds to make sure we were still on the trail. I think it gets dangerous when you venture off the trail. The trail keeps going higher and higher and it's deceptive. Every time you think you're at the top your not and it keeps climbing. The only injury was my eight year old got a good scrape on her leg.
The views are absolutely SPECTACULAR and well worth the effort to the top.
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