Have hiked this trail four times now, and it remains one of my favorites. The town has done a nice job of remarking the trail (Pine Tree) with round arrow signs, and have removed all but two of the ambiguities, which used to abound. The terrain is glacial, with moderate hills and valleys, but nothing very strenuous. In the Fall, there are a number of hidden stumps to catch the unwary foot, so you have to keep an eye at your feet. The whole trail took me about 90 minutes to walk at a brisk pace. The guide allows 2-3 hours, and that would be an amble indeed. The surround is oak-pine forest, often carpeted with pine needles, and very comfortable walking. The parking lot is small, holding around 10 cars, but I've never seen it full.