“An arduous climb up Ollason Peak, followed by 10-15 minutes of narrow downhill.
— Jordy Boom
See county park web site for hours. Normally 8 am to around sunset. Trails may be closed when rain occurs.
The climb goes up to Ollason Peak at 1800 feet.
It's followed by a descent on the backside of the peak, which then leads into a very narrow singletrack along a canyon wall.
Parking at Toro Park has a fee, though you're allowed to park on the dirt areas outside of the park as long as there is space.
There are 3 small dry creeks (less than 1 foot wide) to cross during the descent that are not optional and require hike-a-bike or jumping.
The trail starts in Toro Park near various picnic grounds, then slowly switches to fire roads and singletrack, leading up to Ollason Peak at 1800'. This is a fairly long and tiring climb.
The reward for the climb is a long technical downhill along a canyon wall. The difficulty comes mostly from the narrowness of the trail, with the canyon lurking below (10-20 feet) and the tight turns.
There are various other trails here that can be combined. After the descent, you can turn left at the main road to repeat the loop.
This Pipeline trail was recently constructed, having been completed in 2012.