“The driest trail in the park and one of the most fun.”
— Jon Sundquist
This trail is one of the driest in this otherwise often-wet park, and a lot of fun.
It starts off the orange trail at intersection 36. It heads up through a coniferous grove, crossing many small creeks that have been armored up over the years. Since it is following a tributary upstream, it is a slight climb until it finally takes a right and crosses the tributary. After crossing, the trail makes a sharp left up a steep climb to gain the top of the tributary's left bank.
The trail then veers right towards an old field, starting to get very overgrown. At intersection 37, it stays out of the field and instead goes right down through some open woods in a nice flowy section.
The trail makes a U-turn and switches over to following the top of the main Hunters Creek ravine. The trail climbs upstream until you find yourself on the edge of some rather steep drop offs on your right.
Eventually, the trail itself drops down, ending at intersection 48 with the West Yellow