There is only one trailhead, so you'll be backcountry trekking it in and back out. At parts of the year this vicinity sees very little rain, so make sure you check current conditions and fire restrictions with local forest authorities before you head out. Even though this is not a very long hiking trail you should still bring some emergency supplies just in case something happens. With its 3 miles of walking distance it's shorter than many wilderness hiking trails. There's not much difference in elevation along the wilderness hiking trail which means the conditions are about the same from start to finish. The total elevation difference for this wilderness trail is 430 feet which is lower than average. This backcountry walk shouldn't take more than 2.5 hours, but you never know stuff could go wrong and you could get stuck so be prepared for that.