“Feel the burn running up this challenging trail, but enjoy the lake view and rock cut on your way to the top!”
— Robert Bradley
On this trail you'll gain ~440 feet of elevation over 0.7 miles. The singletrack trail takes you south into the park, climbing to the rock cut which is the approximately midpoint of the trail. At the cut, the trail takes a hard left and heads northeast. Immediately after the cut, the grade relaxes a bit for about 0.2 miles, before a steeper, though very manageable finish. The trail does have some ruts and loose rock from water runoff, but overall is in good shape.