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.