“Tight singletrack with some technical twists.
— Nate Hawkins
Please don't ride when trails are wet. Yield to other trail users.
From the parking lot at the top of the hill, take the leftmost trailhead. At the intersection with the boulder, take the singletrack to the left.
If you rode the multiuse loop first, at the intersection with the boulder, take a right turn.
This intermediate section of singletrack was the first HMBA-built trail in this park. It is a flowy piece of contour trail with a few technical challenges thrown in for good measure. There is a section on this trail near the northern end where the trail is held in place with a rock retaining wall. There's a decent bit of exposure here that may intimidate novice riders.
There are a couple areas with picnic tables suitable for rest stops and picnic lunches.
This trail ends where it intersects some multiuse trail (hike/bike/horse, and hike/horse) along the levee. Keep to the right and stay on the levee to remain on the hike/bike/horse trail.
The trail system here is a work in progress funded by a Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant that will involve trails for hikers, mountain bikers, and horse riders. Visit HMBA (hmba.org
) to stay up-to-date on work days for this trail system.