“Short & technical hillside singletrack through evergreens, that's fun in either direction.”
— Daniel Frisina
Find the trail start just after reaching the bottom of the first downhill after passing the gate at the trailhead on Wood Road. Look for the yellow arrow pointing left. The trail immediately tests your log technique with a ramped one-footer at an odd angle. Dip into a rock garden (which there is aplenty in these here woods) and up a slight incline that pushes you mostly parallel with the hill you're on.
Pursue your interval training with short tough uphills and downhills. There are two technical segments traversing larger boulders wedged between oddly placed trees. Keep your gearing low as there are not many long descents to gather much breakaway speed.
The end of the main section sports an almost impossible 25-foot climb over protruding rocks and roots that rudely snag your momentum. Most with succumb to this with a humble pushing of your steed up at least part of the incline. But, it is possible to send successfully, so it is officially not a hike-a-bike segment. You can jump back on Wood Rd if you bear right at the top. Or you can steer left to meet up with Wintergreen Rd - Connector off Wood Rd leading to Town Hall, Wintergreen Loop, Quilty II.
Trail may be done in reverse for equal amounts of fun.