“A worthwhile out and back with several tricky rock features.”
— John Peterson
There are enough interesting rock features on this trail to make it a worthwhile out and back. It intersects a couple other trails and jeep roads; in general, stay left and follow your nose for the best singletrack. From Ender
, head south parallel to the brook / marsh. There's one tricky climb up over an old rock wall / stone pile.
Past the beaver dam, the trail drops into a wet section with some rock armoring, a rock bridge and a tricky constriction. At the intersection with the doubletrack, stay left following the brook. The trail drops down to the brook and then climbs to a trail intersection with a large rock. The trail continues past this point but it can be very wet. I turn around at the big rock and go back the way I came. There are several other doubletrack options here.