Q: Is this Trail directional? what day has the direction of the jump trail -Tobi DeGroote
A: It is Directional, but alternates every other day. There are enough people who don't follow the rules that it might as well be a two-way trail seven days a week. Green trail is better marked than Kame, which is for all intensive purposes is a dangerous two-way jump trail.
A: Yes. I may be wrong, but I believe Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday are counter clockwise and Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday are all clockwise. Days and directions are posted at the trail as well.
A: I Appreciate the responses. Great to know that its definitely directional. What I was really wondering is what days is it going the direction where you would be going over the jumps? It says there's a "jump trail". I just don't want to go on a day where your going up the jumps instead of down them. Thanks
A: Spoonless, sorry for your experience, but I'd have to disagree. I am the trail coordinator/developer. I am out there just about every day and rarely see anyone out of compliance with the directional rules/convention. We have directional signs posted at every ingress/egress point to each loop. The only way you wouldn't know the daily direction is if you didn't want to look. If someone doesn't look, there is enough traffic that other users are going to tell you that you are "going the wrong direction".