Very nice walk. Went on Sunday Oct 30th. Best time for foliage. Recommended to get there by10:30 to get parking, although it's not totally impossible. Orange trail was a steep rocky bit for about 10 minutes. Otherwise, blue, red, green and white trails were all nice walks with not much change in elevation. Dogs and small kids can do these. Nice view from the top.
I went on a Tuesday, so I can't speak to weekend crowds. It was a wonderful, peaceful walk in the woods.
I parked at the East parking lot, which immediately put me on the Orange trail, which I found to be very challenging. I then made my way to the red and blue trails, where I made the full loop. I found the signage to be pretty poor and a bit confusing. When I walked through the parking lot at the bottom of the green trail, I saw they had trail maps, which would have helped me navigate (not in the East parking lot). I missed a trail and had to go back down the very steep Orange trail, which I didn't like and my dog hated. The leaves have started falling, so I was worried about slipping and even on my butt was pretty worried about safety.
If doing this hike again, I would not park in the East lot to circumvent having to go down the Orange trail. I started my tracking app late, and it recorded 7+ miles.
The green trail is very steep as well, but stone stairs, with a parking lot at the bottom, so I'd try to park here if doing this hike again.
Pretty decent, the orange trail was very steep and a little challenging. Got to the top very quickly. It's always good to go early to take good pictures. After noon, a lot of people start showing up and it's much harder to get enjoy the scenery.