The Southern end of the trail, also known as the Brown Hill Trail, starts in a parking lot off Holborn Road approximately 1 kilometer west of highway 48. The trail begins in a reforested area and heads west a few meters before turning north for its remainder. Deer, snakes and a variety of smaller animals abound on this trail because of its serenity and proximity to water. There is a crossing you will have to do of the Black River. There is no bridge. You will get wet. After the river crossing the trail has a dry gravel surface and is bordered by marsh land and a forested area lending itself to a variety of birds. The north end of the trail ends at Catering Road, Sutton West. The crossing of the Black River makes this rail trail a unique experience. No swimming necessary, just wading through waist high water for a few meters, depending on the time of year and water level.