“Repeated climbs and variable tread make these sections a great workout.”
— David Weiland
Overall similar to the White Trails, but with more climbs. Lonesome Blue is the only one on the north side of the creek; it can be looked at as an extension of Hayne Branch Trail, spatially and characteristically. Short technical climbs and lots of roots to navigate. Cat Track is a physically challenging, windy trail that has multiple dips and climbs; the tread is smoother compared to other areas. Possum Trot, Peanut, Snake Bottom and Blue Yonder are all similar in that they have fairly smooth tread but moderately steep climbs that will give you a good workout.
Back Blue is probably the most fun Blue trail. It follows parallel to the power lines but remains in the woods, so it is still twisty. However, it is more straight and open than other trails listed to this point and you can get a little more flow here. Traveling east to west, it starts at the Red/Blue/Green junction and terminates at the west terminus of the red trail and at the Yellow entrance.