August 2, 2016
By far one of the best tracks I've ever ridden, especially as a novice rider. Visiting nearby for a work trip and brought my bike along, and I'm sure glad I did. The trail had exceptional signage, plus some trail maps to take with you, but not necessarily needed because of how well marked it is. Great, easy, green trail to get the blood flowing which includes a couple of small obstacles (small logs and rock bed sections). There's an opt out trail too if you want to skip the obstacles.
The Hill trail brings you right into the main junction, and you're off! Each section is pretty short (0.5-1.2 mi), so you have many opportunities to take a break at the main junction of needed or keep riding. Not too rooty, most of the trail was narrow though. Small sections of bridges, which were well kept, wide, easy to transition into. Only small drawback is the track is bidirectional. So even though it's narrow, I had to proceed around each blind corner w caution for opposing traffic.
Bathrooms are brand spankin new, plus includes a water fountain, tools, and hose to rinse your bike off. Highly recommended, I even spotted a wild rabbit (that I almost ran over) and a deer!