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Last time we were on this trail you couldn't get past Braemar Sideroad heading north to Hickson . I battled my way all the way to Hickson but it was a hard go even for a solder . Although the trail is not owned by adjacent properties they have taken over . One farmer even blasted one of the beautiful bridge abutments to smithereens . I made it but good luck . K
Some guides indicate that this is a 3.5h out and back, and that beginners may need 5h or more. I suggest that, for anyone physically capable of making the climb without having a heart attack, no more than 2.5h is necessary. Also take spikes in winter, or you will probably bail on the way back down.
Does not allow dogs