“A long, rocky downhill singletrack trail used in many motorcycle events but still fun on a bike.”
— Larry Boyler
This trail is downhill only.
This trail used to start in a gutter to conceal it, but the route was eventually discovered by the local motorcycle club, and has been used on many races. It now starts 100' north of the gutter and is marked by a 4X4 signpost. Half way down, turn right and continue downhill along the fence for 100 yards then turn sharply right back into the woods.
After reaching the bottom of a steep downhill either: 1) turn left downhill to the edge of a stream and then sharply right through Rhododendron over some big rocks, or 2) turn right uphill around the rhododendron. From the end of either option, you'll need to follow the trail along the stream to its end on Birch Run Road.