At this time, ALL WTA trail are 2-way. In a about a month, the entrance at hole-in-the-fence (Morris Bridge) by marker 4, will be one way. One way in on the right using the old main trail. If you do the loop clockwise, then there will be a one way out of there using the new trail we still cutting.
I also recommand the intro to MTB class. There will be one next Sunday there so you need to sign up now. It won't surprise me if is already full but definetely attend it next month. It is only given the first Sunday of every month from the Trout Creek entrance.
If you want venture on your own, I recommand starting out hole in the fence. For beginners, I recommend you stay on the main trail. When you get to the pits, you can go right and do the misery trail. it is very smooth. If you stay on main, past the pits, you will see the Grampa trail. Grampa has some small roots and is another easy beginners trail. If you do Misery, it joins main back where Indian start. Stay away from Indian and Gator bait until you feel confortable with the roots. Besides the main, you can do all of Grampa from one end to another.
On the MB side, the hardest trail is HartBreak ridge. At the end of hartbreak ridge there is a double track road that goes east to the look out point. Bring your camaera, and visit that overlook. You can thank me later!!!
When you get to the Morris Bridge boat ramp park, you will have done about 6-8 miles. You can then deside to return to hole in the fence for a 12-16 mile ride. that will be great for your first ride. If you just stay on the main trail, you can venture over to Morris Bridge road then to the north on Flatwoods. Take Eubanks to the Y on the paved loop. The trail pickups again on the left side of the paved loop. If you only do the main trail all the way around it is about 14-15 miles. But if you only riding 8-10 mph and take several breaks, you are going ot need at least 2.5/3 hrs.
Good luck and let us know if how you find your first ride. Specially your shootings out there.