Good in either direction. As marked, it starts with a few loose rocks and a short downhill, followed by easy climbing for the rest. It's a fast and fun downhill the other way.
Near the end, you'll find an isolated grove of about 20 old scrub oak trees that stand out from the rest of the terrain. Itch T-bones a singletrack, so take a left to stay on Itch. You'll finally follow a dirt road for a short ways that will lead to Scratch
or World's Greatest
Overall, it's nothing special, but a good way to add some miles to your ride.