One Way Only: This is designated as a directional trail.
Need to Know
The local government recently instituted a unified payment system for the motorcycle lifts, parking fee (if with car), and trail maintenance fee. You register your name, contact number, place of origin and pay before leaving. There is also a small eatery where you order local slow-cooked food. The eatery has a restroom where you can also change clothes.
You are towed by a motorcycle up to the trailhead. On the way, you can stop by for a fresh coconut juice, coconut pie, or any refreshments.
You'll hike-a-bike or pedal up to the start of the trail below a mobile phone antenna site. Fifty percent of the trail is woodland (e.g. saplings and some mature trees) so you can expect minimal sunlight exposure. The trail is moderately steep on loose sand which is a mixture of clay, limestone and granite. Be careful of pedal strikes from roots and stumps and from your bars hitting saplings along the first 700 meters of the trail.
There is a steep and loose section on the midpoint of the trail after the 'view deck', a 270-degree view of the area.
The last 600 meters is a fire road that is sometimes used by locals to transport firewood and other goods. This section is wide open with wide turns. You can choose several lines. At the end of the trail is a very shallow stream before you pedal up to the parking area and highway.