There is actually a lot of singletrack, doubletrack, atv trail, and forest service roads zigzagging this area. It's easy to get confused as not all the roads and trails are on the map, so know how to determine your location without clear visibility of roads and trails. A good lollipop route is as follows: Follow the singletrack until it hits an atv trail-go right over a hill and down the other side. You will approach the continuation of Co Rd 659 from the west through a large meadow. Go back down 659 until you're next to the trees on your right and look for a small singletrack to your left (heading east). It should be signed as trail 747. Follow the trail through the marsh (crossing Beaver Creek) and head north on the other side of the marsh until you hit a doubletrack road. Go right on the road which will dead end and look for the singletrack beyond the dead end. This will take you into another drainage where you will follow 747 up to another road heading north. Look for a fork marked 669.2b sign that says "to 748" and follow it to the right. The Trails illustrated map shows this as singletrack but it remains doubletrack for a couple miles. Be on the lookout for a narrow singletrack to the right signed as trail 748. Follow trai 748 down to Crooked Creek road (not marked, bu you'll know when you hit the doubletrack). Go right on the road and follow it back to the "stem" of your lollipop route.