October 28, 2007
I had a hard time finding the singletrack part of this trail. From Roseboro road, follow the forest road across from the parking area straight uphill about 4 miles. When you get to the top of the ridge you see on the left a road blocked by a gate. The singletrack is supposed to start here, but I could not find it anywhere. Take a right here on another forest road that travels along the ridge (if you keep going straight you will be going down the other side of the ridge) and follow this road for about another mile. At the first tight switchback you will see two large mounds of dirt put there probably to keep vehicles from entering the single track.
Go around these two mounds to access the singletrack. The first part of the singletrack is fast and pretty easy and not too technical for me. Then it descends into some completely insane washed out gullys that I found to be completely unridable, but maybe not so for those more experienced. These washed out gullies continue for about another mile and a half until it dumps you back out on Roseboro road.
Unless you are a complete glutton for punishment, you should take two vehicles and park one where the trail ends on Roseboro road because you will have another four-mile steep uphill climb to get back to your car.