An iconic SLO hike. Factor in weather. Above 70 degrees and you'll feel like your are walking in a sauna. Advertised as 4 miles but feels like 6. One trailhead starts in Oak woodland and transitions to more open Chaparral. Take lots of water. The views at the top are worth it. Great 360 degree views of the county. Be careful with your footing on the narrow steep slopes. Three people have died while hiking this trail.
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