Lions King Revisited looking over the valley and apparently a portal to the beyond and the hike to get there.
There’s a small dirt parking lot near the end of Bunker Hill road to start your walk. It starts out flat through a meadow with wildflowers about. I was surprised to find grapes as well.
The path then starts to go straight up with a bit of a rock scramble to the top. I learned, however, that you can take a piece of the Appalachian trail which I did on the way down which was much easier.
Once you get to the top with the tree which clearly identifies that you have reached the top at 1738 feet you pass through a small clearing of the trees to see the valley below.
It was a short trip from the lot. Perhaps 3/4 of a mile to incredible views. Given the mountain ranges in the background, I would recommend a clear day.
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