It doesn't. The trail USED to continue along the top of the ridge past the westernmost ravine, then do a particularly precipitous and extremely unsustainable rooty downhill to the same area where Dynamite Road crosses 107th. Then you went back up an equally difficult ridge and into Zip Tie. Super techy, super dangerous (know of more than one broken bone that happened on those ridges), but they were fall-line trails and eroded HORRIBLY.
So that is what that hiking trail is called, I always wondered about that one going by the exit of it on dynamite road. The last time I hiked it there was a big tree down on the ridge before the rooty downhill section between three ravines and dynamite. How is the scenery if you continue hiking up that ridge beyond dynamite?