A great, educational hike that offers stunning views. We did the Island Hike which is a steep 300 stairs down then its even terrain. Takes about an hour and a half to do the hike. You are able to be up close and personal with the cliff dwellings, with signs along the way giving you information. Remember its at 7000 feet elevation, so it may not be a hike for the weary and bring plenty of water. I did it in flip flops and I'd say those were fine.
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