“A nice flowing ride through DeSoto State Park.”
— Zack Butler
This trail is a new machine-cut trail that begins and ends on the Never Never Land Loop
in DeSoto State Park. It is best ridden clockwise so as to make the steepest sections downhill instead of uphill. It flows well, similar to the Gilliam Loop
, and is not as difficult as the Never Never Land Loop
which is the only way to access it.
While riding clockwise, there is one steep, rocky descent not far from where the trail starts. Of course, if riding the trail counter-clockwise, this descent becomes an ascent that may require some hike-a-bike but you are near the end of the trail (back to Never Never Land Loop
) at that point.