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Anna R. on Lower Whitewater Falls
Great Trail but distance is longer than what is recorded by about 1/2 mile. Waterfalls were awesome, but from a distance. I thought it as a moderate trail, however, there are some spots that are more strenuous. Well marked trail.
Shannon L. on Forks Area Trail System (FATS)
Was only able to ride on one trail but it was great! Nice downhills, not too technical. Some nice windy sections to keep you on your toes. Nice scenery and even deer. Highly recommend.
Visited 12/11/16. To get there, expect mile after mile of single lane gravel-->then dirt roads. Hopefully you will have 4-wheel drive as there are many ruts and difficult terrain. It had also rained quite a lot a few days ago and my journey terminated when I came to a concrete slab (apparently a rudimentary bridge) that was underwater. I never did find the actual trail area, and came away feeling very frustrated. I used 2 different GPS devices to get there: my iPhone 6+ google maps and my new Garmin vehicle GPS.
Took the East Fork Trail down stream and intersected with Ellicott's Rock Trail. The morning was cool and had the woods to myself. The Ellicott's Rock Trail is in bad need of Trail maintenance. I will say that unless you know where the rock is beware. There isn't anything marking it.