The trails are horse/bike trails. They are not for the faint of heart. It is best to go during dryer weather due to hills that become very muddy. Most of the main trail is climbable except for 1 or 2 hills. Dont kid yourself, start out slow. You will need the energy later. About 2/3 of the way up there are trail signs. If you want to go to top, take Coyote Point. There is another trail at the sign witch goes down to a gravel road. I suggest asking a ranger for directions before getting off of the main trail. Any way you go down is very fast and challanging. You may need to change your diaper.