“Follows the Eastern shore of Stryker Lake, generally flowing downhill from North to South.
— William Ganis
Mostly, long, flowing sections, short climbs, nothing technical.
No ATVs or motorized vehicles, no horses, no riding in wet conditions. Hunting is not permitted in the bike park.
This trail begins with a steep climb to a hilltop, where you'll find great views of the lake. It then runs mostly downhill as a flowing, fast, and fun roller coaster through the woods. About halfway, the trail circumnavigates a small pond, followed by another short, but steep hill. More downward flow and a drop to near the lake level means many fun switchbacks along the water's edge.
The unique terrain consisting of many small hills and valleys in this park comes from the land being strip mined until the mid-twentieth century.