Trail is laid out sort of like a cloverleaf to enable riders to re-ride or cut short their ride as they see fit. The riding is very challenging but rideable with numerous rock gardens, drop-offs, ledges, skirting the edges of cliffs(be careful),mountain views, tough technical climbs/descents and loads of tight, twisty singletrack. New trails being built regularly. Most first time visitors to the park ride the trail in a clockwise direction. Orange blazes designate the main trail, white blazes designate side trails which reconnect to the main trail, very easy to follow.
How to get there:
From intersection Rt.247 & Rt.106,take Rt. 106 east one mile, turn right, park entrance one-half mile one left. Trailhead is located one-quarter mile to left of paved parking lot, look behind storage shed.
Note park hours as they vary by season. Gate at park entrance is locked at night with no way to get out