“A doubletrack Kentucky multi-use trail.”
— Scott Hess
On the same side of the road as the Camp Kentathen, take the narrow trail down to wooden bridge for a creek crossing. Pick your way through roots and steep sections for about .75 miles- this portion is not easy riding. The trail joins up with a doubletrack trail cut by wagon riders that meanders around the ridgetop topography. Watch for horses and if it has rained in the past 3 days, this will be muddy. Ride only on dry days as the mud, cut by horse tracks, sucks wheels into the ground mercilessly.
This trail joins with Ranger Trail
; go left on it to get out, go right to continue on your adventure.