From the trailhead you can reach this trail two ways. 1) Ride up the steep gravel road to the west past two trails on the left. At the top of the hill continue past a road and a wide pulloff on the left around a left curve to a right curve. In the apex of the right curve is an overgrown road next to a swampy area, turn onto the overgrown road and bear left around the swamp and pick up an old road bed. Follow it back to the wide pulloff at the top of the first hill and continue back down looking for a wooden sign that reads "Flat Hollar" on the right. Drop in here to the old trail, follow it down to an intersection on a steep old road bed and angle right, onto the road and then follow the trail to its intersection with Flat Hollow Arch Trail
. The second option is to take the Flat Hollow Arch Trail
from the trailhead to its intersection with this trail and follow it north and west reversing the previous directions. Trail markers should be in place soon to help with navigation.
The Sheltowee Trace is located roughly three miles to the west.
This trail is the part of a planned longer system in this drainage which will ultimately tie into a greater system on the 700 acres the RRGCC owns in the Big Sinking drainage.
This land is owned by the Red River Gorge Climbers Coalition. If you enjoy riding/climbing here and want to see more trails, please donate to RRGCC