Starting from the edge of the labeled parking area, this hard-packed sandy trail is pure singletrack fun. It's a slightly descending pitch almost eliminating the need for speed control. Less experienced riders can enjoy enhancing your skills with the technical rocky spots, and more experienced riders can turn up the heat by pedaling through the left/right/hop/jump/cut/turn/zig/zag fun that it has to offer.
It's rideable in either direction, so climb back up or take the adjacent fire road back up and repeat. For some variety and a bit more distance, finish 6034, then partially climb back up it until the labeled split off for 6034A
leading down to highway 24 / 285.