“A state of the art flow trail that can be ridden either way.”
— Mike Anciaux
This is a wonderful flow trail designed and built by the same team that did the Tamarancho Flow Trail. It is amazing. It has so many turns and bumps that you won't be able to keep the smile off of your face.
Although it can be ridden in either direction it is the most fun and safest (for you and other users) if you ride the trail downhill. You reach the trailhead by crossing the creek on Big Valley Trail
. You'll see a small farm building. Continue on the Back Ranch Loop fire road for about 1/4 mile. Take a left on a steep fire road. Climb the fire road for about 1/3 mile where you'll see an unmarked but obvious trail on the left.
The trail descends through rolling hills and forest in a wild series of meandering turns and bumps. You'll always be flowing either up and down or left and right or both at the same time. This loop trail is actually a left turn off of the main singletrack about 1 mile down. Take a left to return to the start of the loop or take a right to continue down the flowy Rumsen Trail