I got lost on the way to to the trail. Be sure to note that it's not listed as King's Bluff Trail on any map, but as Pedestal Rocks.
The two trails are interconnected, and I would suggest taking King's Bluff first. The trail leading to the bluff isn't well marked, but it is just stunning. The canopy is adequate to keep you cool, so you won't sweat a ton getting to where you are going. The wild flowers are abundant, but not so much the wildlife. The bluff itself is impressive, but not a great payoff. The waterfall at the end also fizzled a bit.
What saves this hike is Pedestal Rocks. It's the exact inverse of the Kings Bluff loop: the trail there isn't impressive, but it is very wide, and easy to traverse even for the less experienced. The Rocks themselves, though, are a breathtaking payoff to the hike. The view of the valley from atop one of the rock formations is a just worth it. It's an easy loop back, too, but also easy to get stuck in the loop, as the trail back isn't well marked either.
It's a good hike for begging hikers with good scenary, and Pedestal Rock is worth it, but not mind-blowingly great.