Explorer | 50 pts
Great Views and a great trail for people looking for a little adventure. Half the miles are on a fire road, 1/4 on a steady incline, and the last 1/4 is a scramble. The last 1/3 or so is rugged and can be very wet if it has been raining. I'm talking flowing water and wet bedrock. It took us 5 hours round trip and stopped for 30 minutes on the summit. I m 31 in decent shape. Have some heart and get to it! The views will not disappoint!!