This trail runs from the parking lot, south through a steep, boulder filled chasm, then loops to the east, up onto the ground overlooking the chasm.
This is a highly popular state park, and you are advised to avoid it on weekends. Though the photos show a largely empty area, this is only through artful framing and timing.
The trail itself is particularly rugged for about a quarter mile and does offer situations in which injury can occur. It is best to wear excellent hiking boots with ankle support.
Rock climbing is allowed in the park, but a permit is required. Be prepared to show and demonstrate your equipment to a ranger.
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