This trail branches off of the Snows Mountain Trail at the top of the ski lift area and head south.
Leaving the Snows Mountain Trail you'll descend south over some little ledges towards the main event of this trail, Greeley Ledges. These ledges are large granite outcroppings which drop about sixty feet onto the lower slopes of the mountain. The views are quite limited but the rock formations are very interesting indeed. They look like massive play blocks piled upon one another.
This trail can be done in conjunction with the Snows Mountain Trail to make a loop which comes out on the lower ski slopes. This adds an additional 0.2 miles to the trip.
Comfortable hiking shoes, snacks/water, trekking poles, and a camera.