Went on a 3 hour hike with my family (dog, kids) on the Gorgeous setting, easy walking, though you need to wear rugged shoes for all the roots, rocks and bumpy terrain. I’ve done this in all four seasons. (Many snowshoe-ers in the winter, along with the occasional x-country skier.) Bring drinking water and snacks and respect the trail by not leaving anything behind. Also, there has been a cougar sited in the area, so best to do your hiking during the day and not at dusk.