Begin your ride at the parking area at Beavertown just south of New Matamoras Ohio. Ride north on Rt.7 for about a couple miles, go past Sheets Run Rd. and take the next road to the left. This is a narrow blacktop road that will climb for a mile or so and take you to Rt.260. Go left on 260 for another couple miles and watch for the trail signs on your left near the community of Yellow House. If you come to Co. Rd. 9 you passed it. Go left onto Ohio View Trail following it, across one gravel road in a few miles. Continue till you come out in the parking area you started at. There are some nice views along the way. One is a spur on your left that climbs a short climb to an overlook. See pic. There are a few steep climbs on this trail however there are some great downhill rewards as well. The first one off Rt.260 is awesome and fast. Be carefull when you reach the steep part there is a fairly tight turn near the bottom and then you shoot across a stream to begin a climb. About 2 miles into the trail you will come to a connector trail that goes hard up a very steep climb on your right. Do not go right, stay on the trail and you will cross Sheets Run Rd. The trail continues on the other side of the road at the three way intersection. At this time the trail goes out a logging road on the left, watch for the trail diamonds (markers). I hope to post some better pictures as soon as the trail opens in April. Note, this trail is like others in the Wayne National Forest. You must obtain a permit to ride. It is easiest if you get a yearly permit and the trails open in April. When you get your permit from the Forest Office in Reno Ohio, just north of Marietta across from the Highway Patrol Station.