First visit to area and will now be one of my WI State Park favorites. Beautiful hike, that has a million dollar view of the Mississippi Valley. But I would strongly encourage starting at the Park office, or south side, and come down on one of the two other paths. The South side path is kinder with its switchbacks. Whereas the West path is all stairs and is friendly going down, but not up. If you take in Brady's Bluff, it still is important to also do the Perrot Ridge trail. We went from North to south and although it was steeper climb, the view was also beautiful, and we followed an awesome gorge coming back down.
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