Unfortunately when I visited it was about to snow and the clouds were very low. I drove the 14 miles up this winding road, which was fun, to the top but couldn't see that much. There was some snow around but the road was clear of it. I could imagine how spectacular the views are on a clear day. The wind that high up is cold so bring a sweater, particularly if you're going to walk about. The trail looked interesting but it was so miserably cold and windy that I snapped a few pictures and headed off down the hill. I would love to revisit in better weather.
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