I come to this trail from the Aguadora Trail near the housing community. I don't know about parking if you tried to drive to my starting point per the map.
Soft running surface because of pines, then turns dry and rocky but very enjoyable. Some portions are embedded "cobblestone" rocks, but still runnable. Not rutted or heavy roots.
Goes through a peaceful pine forest and has nice views of lake and the valley on the other side of the mountains from Bogota. This is just the upper portion of Camino de Meta. The sign said this used to be an Indio trail. There is security for the housing near the starting point as shown. I encounter bikers, hikers, and have not had any security concerns. It is shady in the pine forest, and opens up as you approach the lower portion of Camino de Meta.