This trail has a little bit of everything, from small rock gardens to short uphill rooted section and some nice fast flowy sections of singletrack. Once you cross the railway tracks the trail becomes quite technical. You will find yourself either going up or down perched on edge of the ravine having to negotiate roots, rocks and trees. There are a couple little loops along plus a few surprises for the more adventures riders, so keep your eyes peeled
Review: After riding a bunch of flowy trails I decided to give this a shot because the reviews stated it's pretty technical. I'm an intermediate rider and found it a great trail to get used to a little gnar. I have rode trails that are more technical but this had a good mix while keeping some flow. There's one or two very tough climbs and a couple pretty steep downhills but if you ride with the proper skill it's not enough to scare away the intermediate rider. Novice riders beware, frustration could creep in. Stick to the trails south of Dundas. Cons- only 4km to the end but have to return anyway so it's minimum 8km. There are some alternate routes that you can add to the overall distance. Few jumps and lots of log features to ride over.
Review: A nice hidden gem in north Burlington. As other have mentioned in the past, the section between Hwy 5 and the train tracks is a good combination of flowy trail and fun obstacles. North of the train tracks things get far more technical. Personally I would only suggest this section for confident riders.
Review: If you are looking for a quick evening ride, this trail is perfect. It has a little bit of everything, from punchy little climbs to root and rocks scattered all over the trail. Be warned the section of trail beyond the railway track is not for the beginner. The trail becomes very technical at this point.