No motorized vehicles. No overnight camping. No fires. No littering.
Need to Know
The section closest to Little Bear Trail (Green)
is pretty unenjoyable and muddy almost all year around. The easiest times to traverse this is in the winter with nanospikes because the ground is harder, and the wet sections are likely frozen. In all other seasons, it is wet and muddy. It feels like there is the trail and then there are paths where people have chosen to get around the mud. You won't get lost, but you'll pause to find the next blaze.
Expect mud. If you're running in the winter, nanospikes would probably help.
The only highlight of this trail is that it traverses over the ridge and connects trails from one side of the ridge with ones on the other side.
Shared By: Rory Nugent