“Incredible descending singletrack that leads to fantastic flowing finish, switchback included.”
— Chris Gibbs
This trail is far back in the easement - the easiest way to get to it is to head straight on Dylis Orchard Rd, the named gravel road. At 2.8 miles you'll have reached the top of the hill. Another .5 miles or so and Fox
Trail will be on your left. A couple maps are on the sign posts. You'll stay on Dylis Orchard, and you'll cross the powerline which is very close.
The trail starts out a little sloppy, couple roots, winding, but after you get 1/4 way through it gets very fast. You cross through a field and it's smooth sailing throughout. A switchback approaches and for the next 1/4 mile of so you can glide, pump, and weave through the lower section with little effort at high speeds.