There’s a lot of hype about this hike because of the potato chip-looking rock at the end, but it’s really much cooler in photographs than in person. Still, it’s a good hike for aficionados and anyone looking for a moderately strenuous hike. There are two trails leading to potato chip rock: one that’s about a four-mile round trip and one that’s between seven to eight miles round trip. The latter of these is longer but is easier because the incline is not as steep. (I only hiked the long trail but was told it is easier by someone who did both.) It’s probably a good idea to hike early because there’s limited shade throughout the trail and it gets ridiculously hot as the day progresses, which will likely prolong your hike time.