Hello cambering, nice beginning!
I've divided the trail into three sections noted by the blue marks. The middle third lacks the same rate of the convergence as the other two, so reads as a plane tilted towards us (note its high VP as a result). I think a little more curve to that middle section will allow you to make it wider closer, narrow further away to match the convergence rate of the other two trail sections ( and as a result, move that VP down to the eye level - aka horizon line.
Specifically, on the right edge of your trail, where the first section meets the second section, curve the middle section right trail edge outward through a turn from there forward and as you do, have come round, and narrow down to meet the bottom right of the top section. In this way you will increase the rate of convergence of the middle section to match the first and third section.