First of all, the trails are in awful shape. The primary ones are at least wide enough, but the trail marked on this app going clockwise up to the top is less of a hiking trail and more of a water runoff or game trail. I was often trekking through tall grass on a very narrow trail, and I was worried I would run into rattlesnakes given the fact that I was essentially walking in untouched area. Second, the trailhead marked on this app is in a neighborhood, and there are at least three better options that each have public parking lots. I recommend finding one of those then taking the trail counter-clockwise up to the top. Overall, I'm not impressed, and while the views were fine enough, I'm not likely to do this one again.
Very pretty, not exactly what I would call easy at least from the perspective of someone new to Colorado and Hiking. I found the map accuracy off a bit, perhaps due to the condition of the trails after heavy rain. We had to really search to find the trail at times as the system isn't marked. Definitely worth the trip, the view from pulpit is fantastic. Kids can hike this, but the main loop is long and rough. My 11 year old had trouble in a few spots. Surface is slippery, narrow, and rock strewn for much of the trail. It's worth the effort in my book, just take water, watch footing, and have good footwear.