Downhill shuttled runs are great. Swooping turns, generally no chunder or rock gardens. Only one small drop which is easily walked down by children.
This is a twisty singletrack route that can be quite technical when ridden at race pace (downhill). The route starts at Red Rocks Rd and descends lightly into scrub oak. Main challenge is staying on the route when pushing the pace. There is one minor, potentially technical, drop about 1/3 of the way down.
When ridden from east to west, this is a fun, non-technical aerobic climb.
More hikers are found on this trail recently, use caution descending at high speed in the blind turns. The trail is great for a family shuttle downhill, when introducing children to MTN biking (walk the small drop with kids, but otherwise a sweet introduction trail for children)