The trail would get you very close to the monument. However, as it is on the site and brochure, the last half is a little bit tough for people with a stroller (definitely not for wheel chairs, or people with hardship walking). The trail goes up and down with stairs. Thank goodness stairs were broken into clusters. We managed to carry our grandson’s stroller and our daughter carrying her son. Even for her stairs were not friendly at some point. Yes, it definitely is worth going. Audio guide is also available for $5. Otherwise, we get to read or just enjoy the view and outdoor. When we visited, Lakota, Nakota, and Dakota Heritage Village was closed, so we did not get to see. At the end, we saw a sculptor’s studio and demonstration of carving. We enjoyed very much.
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