Slow 'N Easy splits left from El Moro Canyon
and climbs, weaving in and out, up the hillside to the ridge. Then it turns right up the ridgeline, and for a few hundred yards it's around 15%, a very painful stretch. The wide doubletrack mellows as it approaches the crest, and junctions with East Loop, Fenceline
, and Bommer Ridge Rd.
The trail surface is mostly dirt for the first half, then turns rocky near the ridge. As a south-facing slope, the trail gets a lot of sunshine, so when it's dry (all the time) it tends to get broken up into powder and loose rock, making the steep middle section a really tough climb. The last half-mile, on top of the ridge, has veins of solid rock, which can make for a fast, but bumpy ride.