No motorized vehicles. Trail is used by horses and runners/hikers frequently on the weekends. Please be respectful and yield to them.
This trail has some relatively good climbing and passes through two low areas which can become intermittent streams after severe rain. There are some rooty sections and perhaps a log obstacle or two, but otherwise, it's fairly easy. The trail was named in 1999 after there was a disagreement on whether to keep a small tree riders had to navigate around (the tree ultimately lost).