While the trail technically connects, the connector isn't suitable for mountain bikers. I believe the intention was to add a short section to connect back out to the hike and bike trail by breaking right at the fork on the north end of the trail. Either that plan was abandoned or remains unfinished because the trail just stops before you are close enough to the hike and bike trail.
Lo Chi starts down the hill along the hike and bike trail and shoots off left into the woods towards the main area. The ride starts pretty casual and flows reasonably well with some turns and slight crowding with trees.
There are only a few challenging step-ups along the way that will require beginners to hop off. The neat thing about this trail is the plethora of natural rock obstacles and hybrid obstacles that have been augmented to make them usable.
There is a nice big boulder with a wooden ramp on the back side, a near-perfect, natural rock ramp jump, and there is even a natural, rock wall ride if you feel up to it. For being a short, isolated trail, it is still worth the ride.