“A fun spur and an all-too-short rock feature followed by a quick run out.”
— Kennard Yamada
Pogo's Place is a short spur off of Rolling Ridge
that I notice a lot of riders skipping. That is terrible since it's such a fun trail.
The first half is a very gradual climb that turns into a tight, sandy switchback. Once you get through the S-turns, you are faced with a steep granite ramp that drops you to the bottom of the hollow, or you can stay on the trail and ride a crescent-shaped rocky road.
The rocky road can be a bit challenging for solid beginners but it's not nearly as hard as it looks. It's also so fun that you'll wish that it was four times as long as it is. There are a couple of pictures posted off the rocky road.
After the rocks, there is a short climb followed by a fast pump section that runs you down to a hairpin turn that drops you into the Murky Marsh