First off, I would say bring plenty of water, and wear comfortable shoes. We were told it was a short walk so we didn't plan very well. Being horribly out of shape didn't help any :-) It is a very beautiful walk with a lot of vegetation and some very pretty wildlife. It took us probably 35-40 minutes to walk there. The waves are fun to watch hit the rocks, and there are tons of tidepools to explore. It was a very peaceful place to be. The walk back took probably twice as long as it was ALL uphill and very steep. (Being from MN, I'm a flatlander) I would definitely do it again as long as I did some more walking on hilly land a few months before hand.
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