“The flattest, and least technical singletrack at Moraine State Park.”
— Scott Danish
This is as easy as the trails get at Moraine State Park, and there are still some pretty steep climbs/descents.
This trail is easier counterclockwise, and the climbing is more difficult when going clockwise.
This bi-directional singletrack runs along the ridge winding up down and around giving you a nice view along the way. Don't gaze too long, because the trail has some great switchbacks that climb and descend along the way.
This is a great trail to use to connect more of the trail system so that you can avoid climbing the loose doubletrack that goes up and over the ridge. Note that the eastern access point is directly across from the end of the Downhill Trail
This trail can be used in a westerly direction to continue singletrack trail riding opposed to climbing over the loose doubletrack that goes over the ridge. Also note that the westerly access point of the trail is directly across from the end of the Western Powerline.