It’s a hike to the top of Moro Rock — 400 steps, to be exact — but the trek is worth the awe-inspiring views, which include the High Sierra and Great Western Divide. There are areas to stop along the way, but we suggest the experience for families with tweens and teens (though if you’re willing to carry a toddler on your back, by all means…). Alternatively, there are plenty of spots to capture photos of Moro Rock, rather than climb it.
Note: The elevation of Moro Rock can cause altitude sickness (and the hike only adds insult to injury). Hydrate in advance and bring plenty of fluids to the top.