The Sugarbush Trail is just a pleasant walk through a maple forest. Walk between the athletic fields at the Liberty Road parking area to gain access to the trailhead. However, there is a side trail part way along the loop that takes you along a beautiful stream with big rocks and a small waterfall. As you continue along, you come to an impressive cliff made of Sharon Conglomerate. The side trail is well traveled, but not marked. I wish the park would add a few signs to let you know where you are and how to get to the cliffs.
Addition: Since I was at the ledges, I learned that the cliff area is home to endangered Indiana bats. This area is considered "off trail" by the Summit Parks. They have a "stay on the trail" policy. Thus, you should not travel this side trail. If you do visit this area, do not get too close to the cliffs or caves.