This trail starts off on rocky terrain crossing a long wood bridge . The first 3/4 mile is pretty technical on big rock , some uphill , downhill challenges , and creek bed crossings . The trail turns to dirt and rock . It also splits giving you a choice on how you want to ride this trail . It hooks back up about 1 mile deeper into the woods . One trail follows the prairie and the other follows the west side of the northeast cove of Toronto Lake. About 3 1/2 miles on the trail you will come to a concrete low water bridge that takes you to the east side of the cove . This side has more open prairie trail that will split twice along the way . this will let you see every inch of this trail . You have some technical uphill and downhill trail along with some rugged large rocky terrain . You will ride the whole length of the cove and some of the base of the lake before turning around and heading back. This trail is good for fast riding and testing your technical skills . Come on out and give it a ride .