An access road for the amazing singletrack littered throughout this part of Bluestone Wild Forest.”
— Daniel Frisina
No motorized vehicles permitted from the trailhead parking (the southern parking icon listed on this trail) to the old dump at the southernmost tip of this trail.
Park either at the cul-du-saq at the end of the paved Jockey Hill Rd, or drive down the dirt road and park right at the trailhead. This rough dirt and rock road is where most of the great single-tracks that Jockey Hill and the Fats in the Cats biking club are famous for.
The singletrack trailheads can be hard to find, but be alert for small cairns on the side of Wood Rd - some signage exists, but it's very limited.