This trail is in Capitol State Forest, a large piece of public land managed by the Washington Department of Natural Resources near Olympia. This area supports timber harvests as well as a variety of recreationists like hikers, off-road vehicle drivers, horseback riders and mountain bikers. Target shooting is also allowed in certain areas of the forest.
This trail is one of the few trails designated as hiker-only, although it is only 0.6 mile one-way. Consider that this is a long drive to a short trail when deciding if it’s worth it to make a trip here.
After driving up the D-Line road, arrive at the trailhead. From here, head out into the trees on a trail with some gentle ups and downs. After a few short switchbacks, arrive at the high point dubbed fuzzy top.