Hundreds of hikers and joggers weighed in on how to improve safety on the trails.
80 percent asked for more signs to point out dangers. A majority thought jagged rocks that mark the trail should be adjusted or removed.
Many people we spoke with said hikers just need to be prepared.
"I would take it with a grain of salt. I mean, it's a trail. I don't see any hazardous aspects to the trail. It's steep, if you can't go up a steep trail, well, don't go on the trail," says hiker George Klinger.
The trail is maintained by a group of volunteers designated by Richland and Benton County.
Adding new trails is in the works by that group.