The total elevation difference for this backcountry trail is 3,577 feet which is higher than average. There is only one trailhead, so you'll be trekking it in and back out. This region does get very dry sometimes, so donít forget to check for any current fire restrictions before you go. Some parts of this trail are much higher up than other parts of the trail, and that means that some parts of the trail could be very different from other parts of it. Keep in mind that this is a long hiking trail, so make sure you bring plenty of supplies. Of course, this is an overnight trek, 2 days normally, so make sure you've got all your overnight gear packed. With its 15.2 miles of walking distance; it's considered a longer hike.