Pathfinder | 60 pts
Can a trail be both easier and harder than I thought? This one was. It was a pure walking hike. There were no rocks to climb over or scramble around (one of my favorite parts of mountain climbing.) That being said, it was an almost continuous ascent. There were very few, if any, flat parts to recover your breath.
The view from the top was beautiful. We had a nice rest eating our lunch sitting on what I assume was the forehead of the "Indian Head". Once at what you think is the top, make sure to go around the corner to the left for a tiny hike up to the true summit and views od the other side of the mountain.
There were many families with children of all ages as well as several large dogs. All seemd to be having a great time.
This was a great choice for our first climb in the "Whites."