“Fairly flat, save for a few roller coaster corners!”
— Nick Perry
This is a commonly hiked trail, so be wary.
Alice in Wonderland is a relatively short trail connecting the White Rabbit
trailhead to BTI
. There are two sweet corners and a small hip jump halfway down. This trail can be ridden uphill, so downhill riders beware.
The trail begins as soon as you ride through the rock barrier adjacent to the White Rabbit
trailhead parking lot. The start is relatively flat and smooth with a few scattered rollers turns, and dips. As the rider moves through a small Manzanita
thicket the trail gets gradually steeper and narrower. Two fun corners follow as the rider cruises through these bushes. These turns are unique because they offer many different thrilling lines for riders to choose from.
Next, the trail returns to casual singletrack. This section includes a small rocky section, small hip jump, and a tree stump jump (make sure to get some speed for this one).
After the stump jump, the trail gets much steeper and gives the rider a roller coaster feel with some fast corners. To end, you can either stay left to continue to BTI
, or go right and take a shorter section back to the Ashland Loop fire road.