“Steeps, step downs, speed, and tight - all natural primitive singletrack.”
— stephen danyo
Avoid rainy season. Clay.
Zee Zaa (Amharic for here and there) is an ever-evolving singletrack due to land use changes three-quarters of the way down.
Access: A bit of creative line-finding may be needed, but most of the track is a fast top-to-bottom blast with a cruisy traverse/climb in the middle. A trail/enduro bike is best. This trail is basically an alternative to Monkey Machete Mayhem
from Camp 2. At Camp 2, while facing down Monkey Machete Mayhem
, take a sharp left down a steep narrow track to begin and weave your way down the obvious track to where the track opens up to a super fast section that ends in an old decommissioned dirt road.
Here, left is a dead end just uphill the hill. Going right, you face a little climb followed by another fast descent down into a clearing where you should check your GPS bearings. You have a few options from the clearing: back into Monkey Machete Mayhem
, or on to Zee Zaa.