A wicked little gem of fast singletrack off the beaten path.”
— Timothy Parrish
Off the side of old 411 near Rabun County High School, is a somewhat unnoticeable, but marked, entrance to this trail. Use caution if you choose to drive up the forest road that leads to the trail heads. You may have to park on the first 25 feet of the entrance road and ride in due to the road conditions.
To climb the difficult section of this trail first, head to the left and ride up the steep climb with the large rock slabs to the right of the waterfall. To climb this trail gradually, head to the right and ride up the forest road until you see the trail entrance to the left. There are three stream crossings on this trail that are shallow; two of them are passable on bike. Either way in will reward you with a fast roller-coaster ride on this trail. The climbs are steep but short and lead to fast short downhill sections. The trail meanders through different types of forest in a very short distance making the scenery interesting and unique. This is an amazing trail for it's small size.