It's so peaceful that it is easy to sit there and get lost in the beauty of the view. The walk involves many stairs going down - which is fine, but keep in mind you will need to go up them on the way back and it will be harder.
Fortunately we stuck it out, since we had woken up quite early for this. And lucky we did, because as the sun broke through the clouds, it cast a spectacular golden light onto the valley and mountains below.
It was not difficult in the sense of physical ability, but just challenged your attention to detail as you tried not to slip. It got even harder at the top because a lot of the rock surfaces were flat, so you needed to find nooks and crannies to give your feet a grip.
If you're wondering what "glamping" is, it's a term referring to camping whilst still having access to main facilities. We fortunately had access to a communal kitchen, toilets and showers for the night. It's not real-in-the-woods camping, but it's great for people who don't camp often or haven't done it before!
What other places do you enjoy visiting in the Grampians?