The sights along the track was simply amazing. The track took us longer than expected and it gets crowded near the first swing bridge (some people turn back here). It would be best to wear shoes with hard soles as many portions of the track was gravel filled. It becomes slightly annoying after some time but overall it was manageable. Most reviewers found the track easy but as someone who hardly hikes, the terrain was not very friendly though by no means was it difficult. Good footwear is a definite must! I am afraid of heights so the swing bridges were quite a challenge. Thankfully there are handles should you need to have a grip on something.
There is a rest shelter with toilet facilities midway through the trek and it was well stocked. To my surprise, the toilets were in a clean condition.
The views were fantastic and this is a must try if you are in area. You will not regret it!