This is a difficult intermediate trail. There are no easy trails here. Bring lots of water as there are no bail outs. Make sure you are riding with a buddy to be safe.
Total trail length is about 12 miles and the average time to ride will be around 2 hours. The trail is soft and slow as it is new but as more people ride it, the faster it will get. This trail will challenge you physically so beware.
If you are feeling unsure of your ability by the time you reach the picnic table sized (terrapin) rock or the triangle of logs, you can turn around and head back to the parking lot. That will still be a good ride of about 4 miles to the rock and back or 6 miles to the triangle of logs and back.
This trail is blazed with blue paint, It starts from the parking area's west side, look for the blue blazes, they are opposite the yellow blazes. After about 2 miles you'll come to a picnic table sized rock that looks like a terrapin, head right and down the slope, then about 1.5 miles later you'll come to a triangle of logs, go straight, you will see a "one way" sign up on a tree on the left side, this begins the one way mega loop of about 7 miles till you return to the picnic table terrapin rock and then go straight (not left and down hill or you'll go back to the beginning of the loop) and head back along the same trail that you rode from the parking lot. Keep your eyes open for the blue blazes that indicate a turn, if you don't see any markers, you missed a turn or are going the wrong way. There are no arrows to follow, only blue blazes.
This trails cross both hiking and horse trails. Both hikers and horses have right of way.
Thanks again to the members of CLIMB for creating and maintaining this trail. Please respect their hard work. For more info go to climbonline.org.