There is a large rockslide preventing full access of this trail.
This trail starts near the trailhead of Gray Flats South and North, down Gray Flats South Trail
, on the left. There is a sign. This is an out-and-back trail, and normally it would end in about 1.5 miles, for a total round trip of 3 miles, but a big rockslide cuts it to 2 miles total.
This trail starts with a nice downhill with skinny singletrack, to rocky spots, and a berm. At the bottom of the hill the trail continues on singletrack on an old logging road that's grown up, with the exception of the singletrack. The rest of the trail has no big hills with smooth singletrack, but a few rougher sections too. After a while, you'll get to the rockslide. An entire cliff face that fell on the trail. From here, turn around and head back to the trailhead. Only the end is difficult to climb.
This trail runs along a ridge and the forest is beautiful. The trail is nice and shady. A few sections have cool tree tunnels made up of short trees. There is also an old van on the side of the trail, and nearby is some old parts to a car.
This is a fun out and back trail that is fun and historical. Have fun!
Shared By: Jeff Webb
by Isaac Michaels