Wow, what a beautiful hike. Great scenery, lots of wildlife, and running water in June! Very pleasantly surprised. The peak(s) and various trails are located in a county park, so you have to pay $5 for day use or $15 to camp. They also have cabins to rent. The eastern part of the loop is the most scenic and least traveled. I was alone here. The western portion is accessible by road and has camp sites. There were boy scouts setting up camp in this area as I was passing through. One scout pointed out a bridge to me he helped build across a small ravine . I did some extra meandering around on a couple of the other trails, since I had plenty of time and it's such an awesome place. Getting to the peak is a bit of a challenge. I failed on my first attempt, but after some searching further to the SW found a way to the top.