This trail is also sometimes called Waterfall. From the top of the trail to the bail-out point, about a quarter-mile down, it can be handled confidently by an intermediate rider. There are a few steep, rocky slopes and turns, but nothing so bad to make you step off the bike.
However, from the bail-out point to the bottom is a different story. This section is where the trail earns its other name, Waterfall. As well as being really steep, dry, and loose, the trail has gnarly rock drops and numerous technical features that require balls. FOCUS!