This walk starts from the parking lot on a trail marked with yellow rectangles and climbs rather steeply for the first 200 yards, then continues at a moderate climb up through softwoods and hardwoods until it meets a snowmobile trail. Turn left on the snowmobile trail and continue uphill until the trail levels out. After crossing an intersection with a stone wall, you’ll find a narrow trail on the left marked with yellow flagging tape.
Turn left to continue down this trail, passing by several ironwood trees as the trail follows and quickly passes through the stone wall. Bear left through an open area bordered by several large white pines. After about 200 yards, the trail (marked by yellow ribbons) starts downhill, continuing for another 300 yards. Look for moose or deer tracks in wetter sections of the trail.
Just before a steep drop in the road, a double ribbon marks a turn-off to the right, and the trail winds for 200 yards before it Ts into another logging trail. Turn left down this steeper section, which offers views of Grey Ledges and Grantham Mountain across the valley. This area harbors great blackberry bushes in season. There are many beautiful snags on the sides of this section as well. Continue bearing left at intersections, always going downhill until finally returning to the parking lot.