Going clockwise from the north trailhead, the trail is winding and rolling. As you go south, you gradually lose elevation. Around the turnoff for the south trailhead, the trail gets a little tighter and rocks start showing up. There are lots of little dips and very minor creek crossings.
Heading north again, you follow the edge of a shallow ravine, and the trail keeps winding with a few sharp turns to keep it interesting. Towards the north end, you cross a few more minor creeks that may or may not have water in them and a neat rock and mortar bridge before heading back up to the trailhead.
In warmer months, the trail does get a little overgrown, and there are plenty of ticks so bring the DEET.