“Nacho, slang for "not your" trail because this is a natural trail. Logs because there are many...”
— Craig Pool
Park closes at dusk. Don't ride mud.
This is a natural, unmaintained trail (at least by DNR standards), ergo its name. As such there are numerous large log roll-overs, this is not a beginner trail. I like to ride this trail in the direction noted here, as it is mostly downhill where the numerous large log overs are.
This trail is an offshoot of Morning Choice
. There are no turns off of it, so once on it just head straight. You'll be welcomed by about 10, 2' log overs. That's how you know you're there! Then there are about 10 more log overs, approximately 15" tall, all built so you can roll them.
Eventually, the downhill ends at a stream crossing. Cross the stream, climb a hill, and then head downhill, back to Morning Choice
. When you end at Morning Choice
you'll be at the Landing Road trailhead.