Great short hike with solid elevation gain. The better trail is the one to the East at 2.5 miles. The one to the West is 2.0 miles and the 2 meet up halfway up. Took us a little over an hour to reach the top going pretty fast. Saw one wild horse. Pretty meadows and rock formations and cliffs.
The first 1/4 mile is the worst - very steep with poor traction and no large rocks or walls for balance. Bring a hiking stick and/or shoes with a good tread, and keep an eye out for rain - the first section is crumbly and would turn into a mudslide if it got wet. Otherwise the rest of it is very doable (one traverse on a slight slope might make you a little nervous at the end, but that's it) and the views are incredible.
Extremely strenuous in the opening half mile - and be careful: there are two trails ascending from the parking lot. The further trail, to the far left, is far more difficult than the right and involves an open slope scramble that was fairly nerve wracking. Would not want to be coming down that trail. Beautiful trail all the way up! Watch the weather, we were almost caught in the rain on the way down when a front moved south, and the loose, gravelly trail would quickly become impossibly dangerous in the rain. Definitely recommend!