Okay, so it wasn't THAT bad, but it is definitely not a trail for the small, the weak, or the infirmed. But for those can, it is worth the effort. You will be rewarded with a beautiful view of the hill country once you reach the top. It is a 4.6 mile hike that gets pretty steep at parts. A couple of places you had to cross shallow water on stepstones and on the descent there were a few rocks you had to climb down that were about two feet drops, so if you have bad knees or ankles this is not the trail for you. My nine-year old daughter made the round trip so it isn't terrible (she didn't even complain) but be prepared and bring lots of water. We went through two bottles per person over a three hour hike.
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