July 12, 2018
I'll start with the fact that the TRAIL is located across the street from the fire houses parking lot--you cross (lotta traffic!) and then proceed up a dirt trail that seems to come from out of nowhere, and then voila, you're in. An arrow right off points to the right a little ways down the entry road, so that's where I went, and it goes UP, though you probably wouldn't want to come careening down that portion, either. The entire right-hand side is mostly loose leaves, and ups and downs--leaves made traction pretty difficult on the climbs. But if you head to the left as you enter, that's where the good stuff is. LOTS of trail, and for all I know the entire system takes up a one mile radius, but they loop in and out of each other so much they seem to go on forever.
A couple trees down here and there, and often very confusing markings, if any, to know which way to go next, but once you get the hang of the system, it's a blast.