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My wife and I thought this wouldn't be too hard for us since we had just finished hiking 11 miles in the Grand Canyon 4 days prior. Hunter Trail is a different kind of hike. There was a lot of climbing! We brought lots of...More
A great way to spend about 4 hours. Challenging but safe, not scary just a little difficult at times. Bring gloves, water, food. Would highly suggest hunter trail and the sunset trail on the south side of the mountain.
Steep and rubbly trails, many sections with steel cables to allow ascent. Distances aren't great, but accumulated elevation gain is significant (1.5 miles to peak, 1800 ft elevation gain). If you aren't comfortable with exposure or are unsure of your footing or balance, you will...More
This is a very tough hike IMO. The first part of the trail is a series of switchbacks leading to an are known as the "saddle". After the saddle you descend across the back of the mountain possibly using the cables to steady yourself. After...More
This trail is a hard hike. The trail is steep and rugged. In certain spots you have to use wire cables to climb up cracks in the rock cliff. The hike is worth the views. The landscape is full of plants and animals. The view...More
This trail zig-zags up the front side of the peak before getting to a saddle and then dipping down the back side before climbing steeply back up to the top. It really does take 4 hours to do the round trip. Don't bring a dog,...More