I'm not really a hiker, but my daughter convinced me to take her here, and all I can say is that it was nothing short of fantastic. We were here in early December so the traffic on the trail was very lite which allowed us a lot of private photo ops, and just good quality time to set and take in this experience together.
If I have any advice it would be to do your homework on your route. We dropped in and walked clockwise and exited wallstreet. It was beautiful, but the last half mile or so was literally nothing but switch backs up hill. It was still a fantastic hike, but if I ever get to do it again I would prefer to reverse our route. Lastly I am from the east coast and live about 1,200 feet above sea level. Our highest local elevation is just a little over 4000 feet. If your like me and not in the greatest of shape you really need to plan on taking your time because at nearly 8000 feet the elevation can have an effect on you.
All in all this place should be on everyone's bucket list!
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