Fascinating, long trail, mostly easy. Either I'm colorblind or the sign at the entrance near the Reservoir beach has the trail-marking colors backwards. Anyway, the orange blazes show the long, 8 mile loop. That's the one I took. Blazing is almost universally good, and easy to follow. The trail is rocky, root-strewn, but well maintained. There are a few places where newly planted pine saplings have stretched across the trail, but this presents no impediment to speak of. The Aussie sailors have done a good job and the walk, though interminable, is fun. Bring stout boots, though, as there are a lot of pointy rocks in the trail that would be unpleasent in thin-soled shoes.