I loved it and treated a girlfriend to the walk for her 40th Bday. But we both had moments of real fear. I think it would be prudent to point out there have been a number of deaths and many air-lifted rescues annually because the rock climbing elements are challenging, slippery and unforgiving with even the slightest mis-step. A small, regular day-pack on your back pulls you off balance on rock faces. Experienced, strong hikers would find this walk moderate. Because of this climbing/scrambling on the sheer face and safety aspect only, it should rated HARD not moderate when it is among “hike” suggestions. Preparation and knowledge is always key to making your personal choice about which hiking trails to do so you don’t become a casualty. Hope this helps.