It's been awhile since I've been able to hike. Mostly because winter is here and the need to hibernate is strong this time of year. Another part of it is that I still don't really understand what hiking trails are still open and worth it this time of year. My unwillingness to sleep outside when temperatures dip below 40 degrees means a need for lodges, spas, airbnbs, and bnbs to make a hike worth it. So unless someone wants to pay me to hike, looks like this was my last one for awhile.
Devil's chair was a 3 hour hike. The elevation wasn't too bad to start, but towards the end you get to a portion that's downhill with the sick knowledge that you'll have to climb back up it. It's an out and back trail and ends up totally about 7.5 miles. Their well is dry so bring your own water, and pack a sweater in the winter because it can get frosty and even snow up there.