It's certainly not *all* hard but there are certain sections that will make you work. The climb to the Klings Hill summit is a case-in-point. The actual distance by GPS (rather than estimations on this map) is 9.56 km and has a total elevation of 518 metres. It took me square-on 2 hours to complete. Tracks are mostly well-marked and for those that are a little obscured, Parklands Albury Wodonga has placed poles with yellow caps along the way which are easy to spot. This is well-worth a crack.
Looking back east toward Wodonga
At this stage the slope is a gentle undulation.
Beginning the ascent to Klings Hill.
At this elevation one has a number of vistas to take in, including this view toward Barnawartha and beyond.