Stephanie's was built from scratch in 2009 by all-volunteer labor from Medicine Wheel
Trail Advocates (originally known as Zipline).
It's a fun, twisty singletrack with a short, highly technical section in the middle. It can be ridden in either direction and has some fantastic vistas.
The top end (South) is marked and located at the cable gate in the large parking lot on Gold Camp Road
. Just a few dozen yards in, the trail splits. Stephanie's is the left hand fork. Midway down the trail, it forks again. To the left is the shorter, easier fork; to the right is the "Bonus Loop", which takes you out to the end of a rock fin with an exceptional view up Bear Creek Canyon.
Both forks end at the same place, where you drop down the sandstone fin on some highly technical terrain. Clear that and it's a short trip down to the creek crossing. Stay to the left as you approach the creek for a rideable crossing.
Once across the creek and on the road, look for the post marking the short climb up to the Section 16 parking lot.
Fun fact: Stephanie's is named Stephanie the cat, which was buried somewhere near the trail. We found a ceramic marker with her name and a picture while building the trail.