This approximately 4 mile round trip hike out to the Chimneys and back is a good morning hike, but can get very hot later in the day. We hiked this in late April and started at about 10 a.m.. By the time we got out to the Chimneys it was in the 90s, was exposed and was HOT.
The 2 mile hike to and from the Chimneys is not anything great. However, it is flat and you can get out there in an hour, or less, if you move quick. The Chimney rock formations and the petroglyphs are worth the hike. It was interesting to explore the area, which was inhabited a long time ago.
We recommend this hike and would do it again. Just be prepared for the heat.
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