This was an incredibly challenging hike up to the top of the mountain. The 1,237 steps may not sound like a lot to some but couple that with humid 35 degree weather and it is quite challenging even for those who are quite fit and active. The steps are very steep in places so I would recommend wearing proper foot wear, taking plenty of water and a change of clothes for when you get back down to the bottom. Although it is difficult, it is well worth it as the view from the top is quite beautiful and the temple areas are lovely to walk through and see. I would definitely recommend for those up for the challenge! The nearby emerald pools / hot springs are a great way to cool off and relax afterwards.
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