4.5 miles (one-way) of singletrack that follows North French Creek inbetween NFSR 225 to NFSR 206 on the Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming. There are a few creek crossings with bridges (if they're not washed out), roots, and a few rocks. It is mostly forested with a meadow or two, and sagebrush near the south end. The trail is never that steep, and could be traversed by a novice. The north end of the trail becomes faint in a few spots in a meadow, but there are signposts marking the trail. There are also mileage markers every 0.5 miles. There is some scenery and potentail for wildlife.