SEE ADDITIONAL NOTES: This is one of the best in the Raleigh / Durham area. Several stream crossings, tight single track, logs and rocks galore, not to metion a few prime oportunities to catch some air. Some challanging, short steep climbs and descents. This is a pretty "wild" ride, meaning that on a normal day when the foliage is full, you won't see another rider, house, or sign of humanity (very pretty ride). Based on definitions given I would rate this somwhere between "weekend warrior" and "Advanced".
How to get there:
US route 1 to Route 98 West. Imediately after route 50 overpass there is an intersection with a traffic light, (Gloldstons lumber on the right). Right at this light. 1/2 mile. to a pull off on the left w/ a small parking area and a cable across a fire road. Bike down the road, and the trail head is on the right aprox. 50 yards beyond the cable.
THIS TRAIL SUBJECT TO THE SAME LIMITATIONS AS THE NEWLIGHT TRAILS: ONLY ON SUNDAY DURING HUNTING SEA