There are several short trails in this area, most accessed from Lithia Loop rd (F.S. rd 2060) which is closed to motorized use for most of its length (26 miles). By riding up the road from Lithia Park or the White Rabbit TH you will intersect with 3 of these trails that cross this road giving different starting points for a shorter ride if you like.
Catwalk- 2 miles
Steep terrain, fast, lots of switchbacks, kickers, etc. The Catwalk trail comes to a T, turn L onto the Toothpick Tr. (R leads onto private land).
Toothpick- 0.8 mile
Follows the contour of the steep hillside actually climbing a couple hundred ft. Fast, Swoopy tr. Trail ends at the Lithia rd, Caterpillar trail starts across rd.
Caterpillar- 1 mile
Start up the right side of a small knoll and the trail quickly curves around the top and darts through the woods down a ridge on the other side. A fast, curvy trail over rolling terrain, switchbacks and a few jumps. Trail crosses the Lithia rd once more and then comes to an intersection with the White Rabbit Tr, turn L to continue on this route (R leads down the White Rabbit, a popular DH route), trail ends at Parking lot, Alice in Wonderland starts across the parking lot.
Alice in Wonderland- 1 mile
Wide but steep trail descending down along a ridge, rutted with big water bars. Fast but nothing technical. BTI is a left fork about .7 miles down from the top.
BTI tr- 1 mile
This is the technical cherry to end the ride. Dropping over 600 ft in under a mile there are many tight switchbacks, steep drops, kickers and loose granite. A lot of work went into constructing a fun ride here but the trail does not shed water very well so you can add a few deep ruts to the technical challenge. BTI comes out on Glenview dr near the parking area at Granite st.