Please do not ride when it is wet.
Dogs must be on 6' leashes.
Ride this loop counter-clockwise.
This trail begins at the first intersection with the Camp Glenn Trail
. Keep to the left to follow it back to the Camp Glenn Trail
, and then use the Camp Glenn Trail
to return to the parking lot.
This trail has more elevation change and more technical obstacles, including rocks, roots, and log crossings. It is also longer than Camp Glenn, so it will take more fitness to complete this one. The trail itself also tends to be a little bit narrower.
The north-facing slope near Snake Creek tends to stay wet for a long time. Check the trail conditions athmba.org
. If the Snake Creek area is wet, please use the Lawrence Creek Connector
to exit to the road and bypass this section.
There are also a couple of longer downhill sections with really fun flow on this trail. Keep your speed under control as there are trail runners, hikers, and dog walkers who also use this trail.