I tried getting on this reported trail at the eastern-most access from the Sandy Creek Trail. However, this was blocked by a private owner with signs saying "Stay Out, Private Property". I then went across Rt. 322, hoping to find access, to no avail (again, private lane to a business is located where the trail should be). I then went about 3 miles east and was finally able to access it from Kline Road. There was no parking area and no signs. I literally had to figure it out that the trail must be there! Then, when I parked my car on a dirt road slope off of Kline Road, I saw a small paper sign that acknowledged you are on the Clarion Highlands Trail. It noted that the trail to the west of here is private property, but from here east was open for bike riders. I then rode my bike over the two-tracks of packed old cinders and dirt. It was relatively smooth with some old railroad gravel rocks. Than, about 5 miles east the trail starts getting worse and worse. Finally, when entering State Game Lands 63, the trail becomes knee-high grass and weeds. The old railroad bed is still there but the biking becomes not doable at this point (Davis Lane). It is good for hiking, but not bike riding. I then took Station Road to get back on the trail and head west again to my car at Kline Road. It is a little challenging and not for bike riders who want smooth surfaces with no debris, etc. But good nature and scenery and I look forward to when it is done.