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A surprisingly jam-packed ride that takes riders up a steep driveway to unleash a section of young singletrack full of choice ramps, jumps, and berms positioned against a fantastic scenic backdrop.
In just under two miles riders can complete a lap that leads up a steep private driveway to a rowdy and beautiful section of bluff-side singletrack that leads down to the old Glen Highway for a short pedal back to the start.
The driveway is marked as private access, but despite the signs, the owner has given permission for non-motorized access. Please by respectful and gracious for this privilege!
At the top of the hill, you won't find any residences. Look for the start of the unmarked trail that looks a bit like moose tracks. There is a short middle section that is tundra rolling but work is still being done. Otherwise, settle in for great views, and fun and rowdy features. It's a good idea to scout this out during your first loop so you aren't caught unawares.
At the bottom, the trail winds down through the trees to let out onto the gravel next to the road. Turn right, and begin a steady pedal back to the start.