Some of the online discussions mentioned that it was an easy to moderate climb. Being in the thinner Colorado atmosphere, I would say it was a moderate but very interesting trail.
It provided a great view of Glenwood Springs,
and an old cemetery that featured some of the founders of Glenwood Springs and many, many stories.
Doc Holiday's marker is in the back of the cemetery marked by a flagpole and fence. This may not be the proper resting place of Doc Holiday though.
Doc Holiday died after three years of hospitalization due to tuberculosis. He died a pauper and was buried in the potter's field with a wood marker. Over time, the marker rotted beyond recognition and records of the old cemetery were lost. The new marker was placed in a highly probable spot.
we spent time walking the cemetery looking at other grave-sites. Most had been replaced due to age but some of the original still remained. Well worth the trip for history buffs.