Couldn't have been better conditions...clear, temp in the mid-hi 60's, very few people. Lots of steps (240) down...and back up...to the cliff dwellings you can view and enter, but lots of level walking and frequent resting places. The trail was under some resconstruction so we couldn't go all around the island trail, but that didn't detract from the experience. Scenery was great. The more we looked at the canyon wall, the more dwellings we spotted.
Nice view from the rim trail, but take the island trail if you can. I'd visit this place again.
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