This is not really a two mile hike, more like one mile to see the major amazing geological formation. You would also have a hard time making it into a one hour visit. It is a must see. If you do not want to do the complete stroll, you can walk just a few feet to see the major attraction. Do bring your camera. Also do drop a few bucks into the forest service donation box to help with the upkeep.
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