Short and sweet. Not easy, but not an all day taxing event either. Come early, linger and back before you know it. Take water, lunch and camera. If you have ever seen bluer water in the state of Colorado, tell me - I want to go there. I'm 60 years old and live in coastal Virginia, and made the hike with hiking boots and poles - great for help pulling up my old body on the way up and providing balance on the way down; collapsable poles fit in my checked baggage (doubt TSA would allow them in your carry-on). Well worth the hike. Hiking in very dry Colorado beats hiking in humidity any day of the week. When you get to the top enjoy a leisure lunch with the scenery and the sun. Take some pictures, people won't believe you've gone to heaven and returned.
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