This trail has some downhill sections and technical spots that make it very fun to ride.”
— Matt Whiteley
If ridden in the direction shown, there are a couple of uphill sections that will challenge you, but reward you with a fun downhill ride. One even has a log jump at the top to get you started for your descent.
There are a few downed trees/log crossings that you need to hop over, but none of them are too high where you have to be able to bunnyhop to clear your chainring.
Along the east side of the park, the trail rides the ridge above the Muscatatuck River - you do not want to make a mistake here!
The trail also has a 20-30-foot long bridge crossing that is about 10-15 feet above the valley. For the ones that want an additional thrill, there is an optional line that shoots you straight down the hill onto the bridge.
Overall, this trail doesn't have a huge amount of elevation change, but it has enough to make it challenging. It will definitely take the wind out of novice riders.