From the Power Line
and the New Severed Entrance, cross the Baden Powell Trail
to the Severed D Trailhead that has a large sign posted on it. Be aware that this trail is also popular for hiking, and is sometimes called the Good Samaritan.
After crossing the Baden Powell, a series of steps leads into a steep rock roll and across a bridge. Pump your way through the next section of trail; a few optional skinnies can add a little more spice to your ride. The trail then points downhill a little more sharply - some rowdy natural lines offer opportunities for catching a little air. After crossing the new Seymour climbing routes (Penny Lane / Good Sir Martin), stay straight for the rough steep chute with a couple manditory hucks, or choose the smoother rider around. The trail finishes with more pump-track flow bringing you back to Bridle Path
This trail is steep and has lots of drops and technical sections. Being a rider from the center of the US that predominately rides flowing singletrack, this trail pushed me to my absolute limits, and we had to walk a few sections. It's well worth the difficult journey to this trail, however. Once it was over, this trail had me feeling accomplished and humbled at the same time.