The top of this trail intersects with the Humbug Trail
near the Flume Trail
intersection and the bottom of this trail is 3 way intersection with the Big Ditch and Miners Trail
and Flume Trail
. You'll find that the Sidewinder Trail
splits off about half way.
This trail is much better going downhill. It's not very technical, but there are plenty of elements that can be ridden to increase the trails difficulty such as little jumps and berms. The trail surface is mostly hardpack, leading to fast and fun descents. This one can get muddy with rain, but not as bad as lower trails in Greenhorn Park.
The trail and the park is open to the public and is multi-use, so be prepared to bump into hikers, dogs, bikes, and runners. The trail features some blind corners, so it's especially important to control speed so as to not run over other trail users.