“A pretty ridgeline trail with lots of micro elevation changes along the way.”
— Eric Ashley
The west end of Pigeon Run rises steeply away from a paved three-way intersection. The gravelly turns quickly head into the trees. Where the trail makes a 180-degree turn, it becomes much more gradual as it winds through a pleasant forest.
After the intersection with Fisher Ridge and Spencer's Ridge Connector
it heads down a steep grade with embedded pebbles in the tread. The trail will continue winding through some tight squeezes before it enters an open section with salal on either side. There's a final plunge and then a steep rooty climb up to North Floral Circle road. The trail can be ridden in the reverse, but you're more likely to encounter a hike-a-bike.