August 4, 2015
I ride this trail about once a week and it has really grown on me. It definitely takes some getting used to. There are countless trails that intersect all over the place, which makes it easy to get lost. I find it's best to go downhill and find the creek to reorient yourself if you are lost; or just look at the maps on on your smartphone. After you have been here a few times, you won't get lost.
This is not like other trails, where the trail is one big loop; or the trails consists of a start and end point. The trails here remind me of braided channels in a river. It can mess up your flow when the trail constantly forks and you are not sure which path to take.
Like others have said, there are banks and jumps that are pretty fun. The wooden bridges are in pretty bad shape. A lot of the trails have been cleaned up this year and even a few new ones have been added. The land that was clearcut a few years ago has some vegetation now and a few trails that run through it, plus there is still plenty of wooded area.
If you like to explore, this is a fun place because you will always find an trail that you haven't been down yet.