A short, easy trail connecting the BST to Ghost Falls that dries quickly - a good off-season ride.”
— matt barrus
The upper half enters the watershed, so no dogs or horses.
There's nothing spectacular about this trail other than that it dries quickly and is sandy, so it's open when other trails aren't, including in the Winter. Not much technically difficult terrain to speak of other than one small spot with some big rocks near the Ghost Falls end that beginners can walk over if needed, and a couple spots with an exposed steep slope.
This trail can be accessed from BST Draper for the easiest route to Ghost Falls, or you can merge onto the trail via your descent down the Ghost Falls trail.