I saw the Zig Zag trail on Google Maps when I was making the link for the Change Peak hike. I didn't know the name until after some research.
It was a wet, raining, drizzly and coldish day with only a few breaks in the low clouds to get a view. Not the best hiking weather but a good workout and a chance to explore a new area. The Zig Zag trail appears to have had some significant work done in the last year or so. At a little over a mile from our parking spot, the trail ends at an intersection on road nf-9021. This road is open to the public but we didn't see anyone. We continued on the road going up hill until we reached the fuel truck. In Google Maps satellite view you can just make out the fuel truck.
Google Maps link
Blue found something to rub in. At least with the soggy weather, it didn't dry before I could wash it off in Hall Creek.
Old Fuel Truck
A little rain doesn't bother the dogs at snack time.
MidMountain Mountain is the bump at the end of the ridge just to the left of center, in the clouds to the right is Mount Washington and Change Peak is on the right.