I am not a hiker by any means and have some small problems with my knees, but I'm so glad I did this climb. I feel the plus points could also be someone's down points - it's around 1hr 20 if you chose the end path that takes more of a scrambling/ladder route (yes ladders 2000ft in the air), this for me was a bonus as I find just walking up hill monotonous and climbing really fun - however for someone else this could be quite scary.
The route starts with a 20 minute walk up a gravelly hill, 20 minutes up make shift steps and then it builds into fairly big boulders which become steep enough for metal stair ladders for around 20 minutes (some of this can be avoided if you turn left after the first ladder and walk around and up) and a final bit of scrambling to reach the top for around 20 minutes.
Towards the top it gets fairly sandy, I did this in flat running trainers and I was convinced they wouldn't be good enough, but I was fine. I'd highly recommend using your bottom and arms to get back down the initial bit as we saw one person slip!
The views, watching paragliders and feeling epic about yourself are totally worth it if you're a bit of a beginner!