This was an interesting trail with two very different parts. I was first excited about the rapid decline towards the creek with a beautiful natural stone staircase with a log handrail. You quickly come to a "T" where you have to go left or right. I first chose the left path. This trail was absolutely beautiful - very natural, very secluded and lots of inclines and declines. It had nice stepping stones to cross a shallow creek. Along the trail, there were some large beautiful boulders and the pathway was very scenic and shady with lots of trees. Unfortunately, this path was very short and I had to turn back. I went back to the "T" and proceeded down the right path. This side of the trail was very different. The one thing that I loved was the river that had a beautiful waterfall sound that could be heard long before you reached it. There were also nice sounds of birds and crickets, so it sounded like you were really away from it all. However, shortly after passing this area, the trail became much wider and it almost seemed like you were walking down a dirt road. There was no shade, no fluctuating elevations, and I started hearing sounds of cars and construction. This side of the trail was much longer, but it was not very impressive. I came across a SUV which had burned to the ground in the middle of nowhere - very interesting. Overall, I absolutely loved the left trail, except it was just too short, but I was not very fond of the right trail once I passed the waterfall.