The first part of this trail is NOT easy. You basicaly climb zig-zag-ing up the mountain over rocks and roots for about a mile. That part is a harsh way to start the day. Get warmed up before you start. Once you get up to the left side of the resort the trail levels off and gets more windy with fewer rocks and is a lot of fun. after about a mile of that it starts decending again criss-crossing the mountain sidefor a fun fast ride back down to the bottom. Because of the harsh begining it feels like a lot longer than the 3-4 miles it is said to be. Stop in at Maine Sport on Route 1 for a map. Also, I haer that this course is a NORBA race course, so look out for some trail markers on the trail.