“A fast loop trail with a few simple water crossings and good views.”
— Cliff Jones
Follow IMBA rules of the trail and respect the trail closure gates.
This is a good beginner to intermediate trail. It contains multiple creek crossings that are well rock armored allowing you to stay dry most of the time. There is one creek crossing that you'll get your tires wet with 1" or less of water covering a very smooth rock bottom crossing with good dirt ramps on both banks allowing even a beginner to navigate as long as they don't lose confidence as they ride across!
Taking the loop counterclockwise, you have some moderate climbing and a fun mildly technical descent that is only a few hundred feet long. Flip things around and go clockwise, and you'll have mostly smooth, flowing trail that is mildly descending and one technical climb. This is a great place to gain some skills while viewing some nice scenery.