|Directions - Rt 44 to Rt 10/202 North, left
onto 309 (the sign says"To 309" but it actually IS 309) then left into the
Description - I
would have had more fun riding a rail trail ... on a road bike ... in the
rain. Some paved roads, some fire roads, a rail trial right through the
middle, some pine needle covered singletrack, some leafy singletrack some
muddy singletrack. White loop that is actualy in Ensign Memorial Forest was
a pine needle covered, suck-the-life-out-of-you s-track completly overgrown
with plants. I had to close my eyes a few times and just pedal to get
through it (I think I actually rode better with my eyes closed). Lots of
bugs, screaming kids and poison ivy. Saw a couple 2x4 bridges, made more
out of necessity than anything (lots of muddy spots on the orange trail that
goes along the stream). Scenery was ok, if you're into that kind of thing.
I rode all of the trails there in about an hour and didn't break a sweat
(actually I did, but it was due to the temperature, not the difficulty of
Reviewed by THMP - Thanks for taking one for the team!!