This is a pleasant trail of some length and is enjoyable in any season. It begins on Rt 20 and rises quickly to a flat ridgetop which it traverses for some distance with mild elevation variations. A steep section then rises to the first outlook, which is often a turnaround point. But if you have more stamina, you can continue from there onto the northern section of the trail.
The northern section of the trail is highly varied topography across the top of the ridge. There are comparatively few outlooks, however.
In the spring, the ridge supports a wide variety of wildflowers, including several different kinds of violet and wild columbine. There are a wide variety of forest types as well.
The turnaround point is at the bottom of a long descent, where the author was caught in a thunderstorm.
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