Been going on a few hikes around the area lately and this one by far was my favorite. Not overly difficult as far as hikes go, and only one small section that involves any sort of cardio getting uphill, but the views are AMAZING. At times I felt like I was in a different state see the wife open plains without any buildings in sight. I really felt like I was able to connect with nature on this hike, something that is difficult to do compared to climbing Pyles Peak when your sight is just a bunch of houses. I came away from this hike in a very good headspace. The main warning I'd issue is the same with any other hike: It can get hot on this trail so bring extra water! It is a desert climate after all.