With the Porter Trail, your journey towards Capitol Forest addiction should be near complete. Porter Trail is a long, XC romp through some of the deepest, most isolated parts of Capitol Forest. Even in the apex of the riding season and on a busy weekend, you'll likely have this whole trail to your lonesome self. Carpets of wood sorrel, beaver ponds, creeks, and mile after mile of smooth, fast singletrack await. Porter can be ridden from the base of the trail off of the B-Line road (on the northwest side of the Forest), or can be accessed close to its high point at the old Wedekind camp. From Wedekind, the trail climbs up to a smallish peak before starting what is (from the top) essentially a 12 mile downhill. Most folks bail out of Porter at the intersection of C-Line and the C-1000 road, but don't neglect the far side. Porter is fun all the way to the bottom. Of course, if you're parked at Fall Creek, it's a long way back, so be prepared for a fairly long ride if you plan on the whole thing.
Porter Trail on Trailforks.