“This singletrack heads along rolling terrain on an older hard-packed trail.”
— Terry Dahl
Not much technical riding here, all on hard-packed trail.
This two-way trail is typically ridden from intersection #23, at the edge of the golf course perimeter road at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge, heading east (generally downhill) to connect to the Red Trail
at the lower elevation midpoint.
Some of the original trail sections can still be found along Dancing Bear, as they were developed from old logging or 4-wheeler tracks. The sections were left dormant for some years, but have been recently brought back into the system after some good clean up.
This trail has some features, but nothing too difficult, other than some climbing depending on the direction of travel. This one can be fast riding when headed downhill toward the Red Trail