The lack of roots and rocks make this a great place for kids to practice cornering at speed or, if they climb back up the trail, climbing.
Though named a connector, this is a great trail for newbies of all ages to work on the skills. Starting where the two ends of #101 meet, this trail flows down to Route 27 and allows easy access to the trails on the other side such as the Narrow Gauge Trail
As with many of the easiest trail in this network, the trail is mostly crushed gravel or dirt. There are very few roots or rocks to avoid/roll over. The few switchbacks are gentle enough for even the youngest riders to tackle.