This trail is hilly, forested, and rocky with bluff overlooks. This is a nice trail that mostly winds through the forest, but some of the straight sections at the north side of the loop are on a gravel road for a short distance. When you come to Cedar Creek, follow straight past to look for the creek crossing. Many scattering side trails can take you off track. I backtracked a bit trying to find the crossing. In most cases, you'll find that the trail picks up nearly "straight" across the water from when you reach the creek. You can always use the Hiking Project mobile app to help find your way.