This is a great hiking trail and you dont have to go way out of town to do this.
Be warned - it's much longer than it looks - set a good 3-4 hours to do this. But the views are worth it. it's moderate enough for the non-athletic types and challenging enough to give you a good workout. The only caveat is the lack of tree cover - so take plenty of water esp in summer. But the views are awesome all along the way and on the top. Don't forget to take a picture on the pole at the very top.
Weekends it gets busy in the morning and getting parking can be a challenge - wake way early for a good spot.
It's a fun hike. Spring is the best time
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