The total elevation difference for this hiking trail is 763 feet which is lower than average. Keep in mind that this is a long hiking and backpacking trail, so do pack enough food to last the whole trip. With its 10 miles of walking distance; it's considered a longer backcountry walk. You spend the whole backcountry walk in roughly the same elevation zone, so you wonít have to worry about different climate zones along your backcountry walk. This trek shouldn't take more than 9 hours, but of course some folks walk a bit slower and some a bit faster. This hiking trail has only one trailhead, so you'll be backcountry backpacking it in and back out. Sometimes this hiking and backpacking trail gets really dry, so donít forget to check for any current fire restrictions before you go.