September 15, 2016
This trail system isn't well marked and has bike-only, horse-only, and hiker-only trails. There is also no daily directional guide and many places that you could collide head-on with someone where there's low visibility. Not that a dailly directional guide would help in some spots, especially when you come to an intersection with 3 different options and no clue which one continues the loop you're on. There were a few short, but moderately challenging climbs and a section or two of fast, flowy trails, but for the most part it wasn't anything special. I went there at 11:00am on a week day, where it was fairly cool for the time of year, and I picked up every spiderweb (full spiderwebs in many places) on the trail, showing it's not ridden much. With better markings, I would've given this trail a rating of 4, but until then its not worth the 45 minute drive.