Dogs No Dogs
Open during summer park hours.
One Way Only:
This is designated as a directional trail.
Small slabs and roots beckon riders onto this difficult trail that's best ridden when dry (if you find yourself on this trail in the wet, be prepared for wet rocks and bridges that up the pucker factor). After a few turns the trail splits onto to raised bridge options. The left is the easier option with a rocky runout while the right works its way around over a proper skinny before a series of roller coaster rolls lets out back onto the roots, rocks, and dirt.
Check-out the optional skinny roller or ride on past into a short awkward section with another choose-your-own-adventure split. This time the left option is a quite steep wooden roll (or I suppose it could be dropped) and the right side is a more gradual wooden bridge. It's not that gradual though so you'll pick up a lot of exit speed after you squeeze through the tree pinch at the top. Head towards an off-camber rock slab corner before a series or small drops spills riders out into the clearing below.
Polp Fiction is located in the Fitzsimmons Zone. It begins at the Trail Hub between Devil's Club
and Afternoon Delight
Shared By: Eric Ashley