“A long stretch of old woods trail mixed with a great technical downhill.”
— Frank Maguire
Hall Trail connects from DCNR's group camping site off of 477 into the heart of the Central Mountain Trail System. It's rideable in both directions, but is much more fun going west to east.
Starting off from the west, the trail is a flat crush and run reroute to avoid going through the middle of the camp ground. It quickly transitions into a fun bench cut downhill with enough rocks and challenge to keep you on your toes. At the end of the bench cut, the trail takes a right (do not continue straight as that leads onto private land). It continues down hill but opens up into a fast and flowy trail. There are some big mud holes in spots, so use caution. Eventually, it will transition again into an old woods trail similar to Hough Trail
and continue for several miles.