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My girlfriend and I are both pretty infrequent hikers. We're in decent shape but are by no means super fit. We both absolutely loved this trail. Amazing views and a great experience. I'd definitely say this was moderate for our skill level. It certainly wasn't a cake walk, but it was very doable for pretty much any skill level or age. Including a half hour stop at the top it took us around 2 and a half hours total. Great fun!

Can't believe I recently discovered this! Very easy, short hike with a great benefit. 360 degree views at the top. Mountains, ocean, Portsmouth. Great 2 hour excursion, and great for a picnic

Beautiful trail that definitely kicked our butts. We came from the opposite direction on the Bubbles trail and experienced many great peaks on the way. My friend and I did this as our first "nubble" experience and the views were breathtaking. The very last bit of climbing on the nubble is a little perilous but well worth it. Would definitely do again and recommend to moderately experienced hikers.

Have been a bunch of times, and would suggest making it an overnight trip. Staying in the lower lean-to at night, as it has less traffic. Then in the mornig taking the 2 min hike to the top to see the sunrise.

Nice hike, pond is serene. Reminded me of Chimney pond and Katahdin. Go all the way to top for sure, not much longer after the pond. Beautiful views. More traffic than I was expecting, a lot of college kids because of nearby school. Most people hangout at the pond, but the top was quiet enough. The trail was harder than I expected. Walking on small rocks most of the way, much better when it was a scramble about 3/4 way up.