It is just 972m above sea level, not too high, but still a good day’s walk. Spent about 4 hours going up, with about 3 hours of solid walking, and about 2 hours going down. It is a good walk though, with alot of benches scattered around. There was small patches of snow at the top, which made the scenery beautiful, but it wasn’t cold or anything. Pity it kept drizzling, but I suppose that meant it was alot cooler as well. The trail was very well marked, and although there were some people, it wasn’t incredibly busy like it would have been in England or Singapore.