Retraced my steps back through the woods, completing a 3 mile loop and didn't see another person on the trail.
After leaving Terzian Woodlot, I headed north for several miles on Route 9N to Split Rock Road on the left. Followed it west until the road turned to dirt and unmarked Jabe Pond Road comes in on the left. I parked at the beginning of the road near a large pile of gravel. Just past the car, the road drops down to a stop barrier, which was open. The road is drivable all the way to the pond but can be a little tricky with a low clearance vehicle.
With a couple of hours of daylight remaining, I decided to make one last stop at Amy's Park, another LGLC property. To get here, I drove back to Route 9N and went south to County Route 11 again, where a quick turn to the right onto North Bolton Road(County 41) leads to Padanarum Road. Once on Padanarum Road bear right where Trout Falls Road heads left and the trail head is found 1.2 miles on the left.
The trail forms a loop and drops down to a very large beaver pond with nice views to the north.
Was thinking about doing the yellow loop but dark storm clouds began rolling in and it was already getting late, so I called it a day. Hiked a bit over 6 miles total between the three stops on a quiet Monday.