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“A fun, flowing trail with small berms, a few small jumps, and a skills section at the bottom.”
— Adopt These Trails!
Family Friendly: With mostly mellow features and a shorter length, this is a great loop for riders who are still getting comfortable on a bike.
The trail starts at the bottom of the parking lot, where there is a small skills practice section with a few jumps and small berms. From there you can go left or right around the loop trail. The trail will climb to a high point in the park and then descend, and each direction will have similar terrain and features.
About 2.5 miles of riding will take you to the top. It's a pretty easy ascent with only a few rocks and lots of switchbacks. All of this can be avoided by following the pavement road straight to the top where there is a camping area. From the campground, continue climbing on a dirt road to the south 200 feet and you'll find the singletrack again.
The eastern branch of the trail is a fun flowy section with lots of switchbacks. The western side includes a short climb followed by a descent into a tight section with lots of close trees and switchbacks. The bottom half of the west side has higher sweeping berms and a few small jumps.
There is a log traverse along the way, but riders will want to avoid the feature, as it is mostly rotted.
Overall, this is a fun trail fun beginner to intermediate riders.