“A (mostly) flowing downhill with several puncheons to up the fun factor.”
— Frank Maguire
Be aware of PA hunting seasons.
The preferred direction is to ride this downhill from the intersection with F and G. The first mile and half drops off the plateau with plenty of options for your wheels to leave the ground.
As the trail was brand new in August 2016, there were several spots that were very soft, including one big mud hole. Chances are they will be fixed shortly, but be prepared. Once the trail makes a turn to the west, the grade mellows out but more rock gardens and wooden puncheons keeps the trail fun and challenging. When the trail crosses FS Road 492, it starts to climb back up to the intersection with D Trail
and C Trail