From the trailhead, the trail starts off as an easy climb up an old forest service road. About half way up it splits off the road to singletrack.
This singletrack route passes through mostly pines and mountain laurel. Around late May and early June, they are all blooming and you ride through tunnels of white flowers. Compared to the Landis Trail
, off North Fork Mountain Trail
, this climb is far easier with the occasional minor rock garden.