“Dirt jumps and small unavoidable features. Access to SABA Beach: Narrow, tight, twisting.
— Michelle Shuford
The first half of this trail is pure pump track joy! It is fast and flowy with wonderful whoop dee doos and twisty, turny, tight singletrack. It's for this reason that I gave it a blue ratingbut if ridden slower, it is fine for beginner riders and is sure to put a grin on their faces.
This trail has some dirt jumps and small unavoidable features, but is overall very user-friendly. It also is the access to SABA Beach.
The second half of this trail has some short steep sections that will find you yelling to your co-riders Pedal, Pedal, Pedal! in order to crest the tops of the hills and then coast back down the other side. There is nothing very technical on the trail itself except for the occasional root. However, it is visually intimidating as it is very steep down to the lake edge. Exit right to continue on Central Loop
in a counter-clockwise direction.
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Dog Water Access:
Just before the SABA Beach Intersection, through the woods to the lake edge.