My husband and I hiked this trail shortly after peak foliage season. Although it was steep (we went up on the right and back down on the left), the views at the top were very rewarding! Although the trail is marked with yellow blazes, in the fall, when the leaves are on the ground, it is difficult to see how the trail winds to the top - the blazes should be closer together. We were told that before the leaves fall, you can see the trail very easily. We went slowly, and the entire hike took us 3.5 hours, as we stayed on the top for a bit.
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