What a fabulous place! Great price in retrospect ($12.50/adult), plenty of room, friendly people to meet on miles of trail ("red" trail...), breathtaking scenery, clean trails, defect-free steps/bridges/stairs, and an excellent time of exercise (see previous mention of "red" trail). Lots of options for visitors on four trails, but bride and I opted to max it out. SO GLAD we wore good hiking shoes on a recent cool, not-a-cloud-in-the-sky day...buy a bottle (per person) of cold water before departing the ticket building and don't be in a hurry. We absolutely recommend going to the right/counter-clockwise if you do the red trail, by the way. Besides the amazing scenery and beauty, just think a few minutes about how in the world the trails and steps and walkways were built in the first place and you will feel that ANY part of the reasonable entrance fee that finds its way to "trail maintenance" is well spent...there are some s-t-u-n-n-I-n-g overlooks and sometimes the overlook is over nothing! This is so worth making a trip to see it in September....I'm guessing in the fall it gets dangerous because it would be so stunning, you not be watching your step. We didn't buy anything in the gift shop or outfitter store, by the way, but does anyone *really* buy hiking shoes 150 feet from the start of the trail? Nice treats and snack bar are available, but we didn't eat anything in either one. Best $25 we've spent enjoying spectacular beauty in the area.
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