A short trail mainly used to connect a popular trailhead to the Black Hill Regional Park.”
— Pam Smith
The run descends to a stream crossing. From there the trail climbs up a bluff overlooking Tenmile Creek and Little Seneca Lake, before once again descending down to the creek and bridge crossing to the "loop trails' (Turkey Hill, Lake View, and Osprey Heights). There are a few rocks and roots, but is mostly hard packed dirt.
This is a short trail that connects to the trails near Tenmile Creek in Black Hill regional park. The trail has two descents and one ascent on the steeper side, which makes it ideal for getting your heart rate up while working your way uphill.
The trailhead is on the right side of the road, heading south on MD121 (easy to miss). Park in the grass by the trailhead sign or nearby neighborhoods.