“A strenuous backcountry trail on old logging roads which have overgrown to singletrack.”
— Dj cart
Ride a short distance from the park entrance down the paved Rocky Fork Road to a stream crossing on the right with a bar gate on the far side of the stream.
The trail begins with a short, rocky climb next to a stream. As you climb, the trail moves into the stream near the top. Parts of this climb may be hike-a-bike for some riders.
At the top of the first climb, the trail turns left away from the stream and continues to climb on an overgrown old logging road to the top of the trail at 2.5 miles. The trail descends for the next 1.5 miles, (watch out for rocks and tree branches covered in the grass).
The trail ends at the intersection of Flint Creek Trail (footpath only) and Blockstand Creek Trail