This trail isn't shared with motored vehicles, just hikers, horse back riders, and other mountain bikers. The first obstacle is crossing the Beauty Creek (might be ride able late summers early fall) there is a fallen log to cross if you decide not to chance it. The trail is 99% single track with mild grades and fire road crossings. At the first crossing you'll have to turn South (left) onto the dirt road and look for the trail head to the West (right) side of the road, it's hidden so don't go to far. The section crossing the trail head is about an eighth mile to the East (left) on the dirt road and the trail head is South (right). I've only ridden the South side of this hill twice. All I'll say here is ride it, from the end of the trail the only way I know how to return you back to your car is turn around
How to get there:
Take Exit #22 ( highway 97, East side of the lake ) To Beauty Bay Turn East ( left ) on Beauty Creek Road, the trail head is about 3 1/2 miles off highway 97.
A place to park is at the dirt road fork just after the first the cattle crossing. ( you'll be riding road for about three miles, good warm up )