“A decent little trail for a good uphill workout and a fun downhill back to the start.”
— MTB Project Staff
Next to campground that has a park. Family allowed to hike the trail as well.
Three ways to go up or go down. Going up the north side on the B Trail
is the hardest climb of the three and the C Trail
is the easiest. The south side D Trail
seems the most fun to go down. 90 percent of the time you are in the trees, which makes it nice on a hot day with the shade.
Need to Know
As a multi-use ride, this route can get roughed up by horses after it rains. It basically makes it one really long rock section.
This is a multi-use horse trail that can get very muddy but overall is a good ride if you want to do a lot of hill-climbing then burn back down. There are a couple of small side routes and trails that head off of this loop but, generally, it is pretty straightforward.