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This is a climbable mountain or peak – but only on dry days. It is never going to be easy as it is very steep and a grade 5 hike but well worth it for the views. We didn’t climb it this time...More
Misread that the hike is able to accommodate my kids (7,9,11,14). It’s a 45 degrees hike and we climb till mid way and decided to stop to enjoy the view. Kids are disappointed that they can’t get to the peak. We will be back when...More
What an amazing place. A big climb but well worth it for the view. It’s easier if you follow the marked path up the hill. We sat for a while and enjoyed the view to catch our breath for the trip down. So worth the...More
The hike to the peak is not strenuous, it is a consistent 45 grade hike. There are vegetation along the path have interesting coloring and beautiful blossom; for the horticulturists, you could find yourself slowing down your pace being distracted by these beautiful wild flowers,...More
Fabulous, we went up barefoot with half a bottle of water but the view definitely made up for it we had 2 teens with us and 4 parents there where 3 boys and 3 girls the boys practically ran up it while we couldn't stop...More
Make sure you are in proper shoes. I had multiple scary slides in running shoes. It was really hot when i was there and there were a couple times when you need to go on all fours... which meant I had crispy hands.
We started the trail with a 11 and 7 year old. It was lovely with a walk way and lizards everywhere. The rain came in and we could see people struggling to get down so decided it was safer not to climb to the top....More