ElevationAscent: 988' 301 m
Descent: -1,000' -305 m
High: 5,526' 1,684 m
Low: 5,201' 1,585 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 27% (15°)
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“Extraordinary sandstone slickrock and singletrack playground with large variety of difficulty.”— John Gallagher
Ride up the two track into the canyon you see in front of you. At the mouth of the canyon the two track turns into singletrack. Climb the singletrack until you reconnect with the two track under the power lines.
You have three choices for the first descent. The first and most difficult is singletrack on your right immediately after you reach the two-track and power lines. The second option is a bit further down the road on the right immediately after the first power pole. The third option is to stay on the two-track. This trail is all about options with varying levels of difficulty. All options join up again on the two track.
After all trails rejoin on the two-track, you quickly come upon an obvious singletrack on your right. Take it. This bit of trail climbs onto the first slickrock outcrop.
You are faced with a steep drop-in and quick climb out, or you can tuck your tail and stay high and to the right and climb the fence.
You'll stay on this terrace level until the entire blob of stone dives into the desert floor at the western edge of the ride. When you hit the desert floor again, a quick downhill blast brings you to the next section of slickrock.
You are now heading uphill and back to the east. This vast blob of rock is usually ridden on the outside edge, but explore it. On the uphill side it all pinches into a narrow band as you hug the strip of rock between the hillside and cliff. You have now connected to the last really large slab. When you are done playing with this slab, head downhill to the north edge and connect with the fast downhill singletrack to the east that leads you to the two-track.
Hang a hard left to the north at the intersection. A quick uphill section of two-track leads you to another east-west oriented blob of slickrock. A quick session on this blob drops you on its east end onto a two-track. At your first intersection you can head east to one more large blob and the "jump pit" or you can continue the climb out to the top of the ride and closing the lollipop.
You can always do another lap, or finish the climb out. Either way, you ultimately have a screaming fun final blast back down the singletrack you climbed earlier. Return to your parked rig and have a beer for me.