The 5.5 mile Kintionki trail has 4 miles of pure single-track and is part of the Salamonie Lake BloodRoot trail system. (Ride the single-track out-and-back to get 8 miles of sweet single-track)
The Kintionki trail winds through tall hardwoods and along the waters edge. There are many beautiful view-points on this trail as it winds along the high ridges and penninsulas of the 2,855 acre Salamonie lake.
This trail was named by the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and means "Eagle's place, place of the eagle". This Native American tribe believes the return of the Eagle to this land is a very important sign, and several Bald Eagles have recently been sighted on this trail.
One notable view-point was also named by the Native American People as Moohsonki's Point. Moohsonki means "deer place, place of the deer". There is a local legend about Moosonki, ask around and see what you discover. :-)