Estimated ride time is one hour if you're not pushing it extra hard.
This loop trail is best ridden clockwise. You'll enjoy gentle singletrack at first, and then at 0.66 miles, the trail joins with a doubletrack for a steady 300 ft. ascent over 0.94 miles. From there, the trail joins a gravel logging road, which you'll follow as heads to the right for 0.13 miles.
After the gravel road, look for singletrack to your right, and here the fun begins! You'll have a little more climbing, and then rolling downhill singletrack to look forward to. There are a couple of root traps and a little bit of loose rock, but the trail is rideable and really fun.
At 2.93 miles, the trail splits. Stay right and you'll come into a nice mountain meadow. Shortly after, you'll be on a gentle descent in a deep singletrack which will challenge your "stay in the groove mojo," especially later in summer with the tall grass.
Shortly after that, there's a slight uphill and a creek crossing and then you'll rejoin the doubletrack you took on the way up. Follow the doubletrack back to the short singletrack portion that you took at the beginning and find yourself back where you parked.
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