Most of what everyone has said about the hike is very true. My hiking experiences are limited but this one trail holds beautiful views and many interesting outcroppings of rock all along the trail. Once you hike pass the "waterfall" at the trail end, the trail actually continues with narrow paths and several more caves. We met three young men hiking who were very familiar with the trail and said their friends will park a car at Alexander Park (I do not know where this is) and hike all the way to the end, then drive back to pick up their car at the trailhead. I thought this might be helpful because, if accurate, you would then not have to hike back up those 312 heartstopping steps. We really enjoyed this hike and the history behind it.
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