The front desk greeted us enthusiastically and explained all about the trails and told us about an exhibit they have installed in the building and how great it was. There were a few other couples there. When we first went to see the exhibit, there was a photographer in there and his assistant asked us to come back in 10-15 minutes so we decided to go check out the trails. First though we decided to let the front desk clerk know so she could let others know. She didn’t seem to care.
The trails were a bit more hill-y than we anticipated and with my health issues we decided to not go too far. We went as far as we could in order to get a decent shot of the area.
There are trail signs but not all over and it’s not marked which way to go in order to go back to the building. When we were I. The valley it was hard to see the building in order to know which way to go.
After about half an hour we returned to the building so we could check out the exhibit. The doors were now locked. It seemed like the photographer was still in there though as we could hear talking. I’m fine with photographers doing their job but maybe they could do it before or after hours so as to not impede on paying visitors’ experiences. This was middle of opening hours. Frustrated we left feeling like we got tricked out of our money.
So unless you’re an avid hiker willing to pay to go hiking on sacred grounds we suggest you go elsewhere.
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