This trail is the one I ride most often here in the Dallas area and is one of the best overall trails in the area. Easy to find, very well maintained and very popular for all levels of experience. The South side loops are very good for beginner/novice riders and yet still fun for experienced riders since it can be quite fast. The North side has some decent challenges for more experienced riders. Loop 7 the most advanced loop, can be somewhat difficult to find since the start of it is on the other side of an overpace, but there are arrows painted on the underside of the underpass to help riders find it. They just added a new loop in April of 2007 (Loop 13) which brings the overall length of all loops to around 14.5 miles, with more loops planned in the future. Like another user posted, this is a very popular trail and even has FREE guided rides on Wednesday nights around 6p.m. for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced riders, which are led by volunteers. This also rides along the creek side for long stretches on both sides which makes for a good back to nature ride. The trail lingers close to significant drop offs in to the creek bed several times and has a train bridge you need to either duck to ride under or walk your bike under, so be sure you wear your helmet. I have whacked my helmet on low limbs in the past that really made me glad I was wearing a helmet, don't leave home without it. This is a great trail for Single Speed riders too, as many of the Dallas trails are well suited for SS bikes. Most of all, have fun.