While this trail is wide enough to be a doubletrack, there are still enough technical features to make it fun. The three miles are often rocky, and if you take this downhill (the recommended route) they make for a rolling thrill. There are two creek crossings along the way, but both can be passed on foot. As you go, you'll also have to stop to open gates periodically. Make sure they close behind you so that grazing animals don't get out!
As the trail nears the end, things will start to mellow out. Catch you breath, and then head down Hodges Canyon Road to make another lap!