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There are two ways to get to the top of the plateau, the cablecar built in 1998 or the pathway known as the Snake Path. The path goes up to approximately 300 meters (980ft) in elevation. Climbing the path takes between an hour to ninety minutes to climb, and thirty to forty minutes to descend. Because of the immense summer heat, it is recommended to climb before sunrise in the summer months.
My intention was to walk down the Snake Path, but I was surprised how large the site was and I ran all around it as fast as I could, so I took the cablecar down also to be on time.