“A long gravel climb going up, or a blistering downhill in the other direction.”
— Russell Lundstrum
There's not much else to say about this trail. It's a long, rewarding gravel climb that leads to more trails. At about mile two, there is a gate across the road. Take a left into the woods. There, you'll find a nasty little climb that is a true test of climbing powe. Focus on your wheel placement and you'll do fine. Any mistakes will quickly be punished by a spin-out, however.
If doing this trail in reverse, it is a satisfying downhill back to the parking lot. Be sure to take the singletrack trail around the Booger Holler hunting cabins - the trail was re-routed in 2013.
Booger Holler is private property. The end of this trail dumps you out into Jones Creek. Literally. So prepare to get wet in the rainy season.
Lance Creek Trail (223A)
Jones Creek Campground