“A fun singletrack containing tight switchbacks and short steep climbs.”
— Greg Turner
This is the most technically advanced trail at Hayes Arboretum. The trail was built in the spring of 2015 and is slowly coming into its own through increased usage. This trail features short steep climbs, off-camber sections, tight turns, and a number of large log crossings.
This first section of Red is a nice, flowing singletrack that takes advantage of some natural berms and bowls as you climb to the top of the first ridge. Once you summit the ridge you'll drop down into the second part of Red.
The second section of Red is comprised of technical singletrack consisting of tight corners and log crossings. This eventually leads you back to the parking lot.