A cautionary tale. This trail is tough. The first two or three miles is a nice ride around the top of a ridge. After that you drop down a fun, technical down hill to Larual river. That is where the "fun" gets stared. You will have to pack your bike over some large boulders, unless you have some nice trials riding skills. from there you push your bike around the side of a hill through some more rocks and around downed trees. The trail stays about the same the rest of the way. Out of the 14 miles I think we were able to peddle maybe 4 miles of it. The rest we were pushing or packing. It is designed as a hiking tail and it shows. On the up side there is some beautiful scenery. Every where I looked I wanted to get off the trail and explore for a while. The Cumberland river runs down the right side of the trail with a large cliff line on the left. The trail runs past three very pretty waterfalls on the way to Cumberland falls. However I have no plans on hauling my bike down that trail again. Hike it, don't bike it.