“A tight singletrack along a ridge top ending in a long, steep, rocky downhill.”
— Larry Boyler
The start of this trail is hard to find. At the junction of Three Pine Trail
and Gilbert Road
, head north through a small, grassy clearing for about 150 ft. As the clearing narrows, look to your left for a narrow opening into the woods.
Follow this trail for several hundred yards to a "T" shaped intersection with an old logging road. Turn right up a very steep but short hill which turns to singletrack as you crest this 100-ft climb. Then follow the trail to the end.
The last quarter mile is very steep and rocky with waterbars. Your brakes may overheat. The trail has poor drainage and has regular motorcycle events with this end section very much in need of a reroute (at least for MTBs).