“A fun, fast downhill trail with great, bermed switchbacks and loose rocks scattered throughout.
— Tait Brink
Fun and fast singletrack with bermed corners and occasional loose rocks. Used by motorcycles and hikers as well so be aware of potential uphill traffic.
Bike up the main Blue Mountain road to just before mile marker 5. There will be a fence on your left side with an opening to bike through. Take a right on the singletrack to have a blast or go left up the trail to Hayes Point.
The trail starts as a wide, smooth, fun singletrack with bermed corners and continues to stay wide but has quite a few loose rocks and rutted sections. It is super fun, but watch for uphill bikers including motorized bikes. The trail continues all the way down to the bridge across Hayes Creek but you can also take a singletrack to the left as the trail flattens to traverse to more fun riding.