This trail originates at the parking lot below the ranger station and flows into the woods on some smooth and wide singletrack. You'll soon head into a wooded valley and start the ascension to the top. Once you climb the few roots and make it up the steepest portion, the trail levels out with a few landmine style rocks and roots.
Before you know it, your elevation is changing, and you're picking up speed and gliding around some corners with a few slight climbs. After a technical hard right, you can let go and flow back into the valley. Once you hit the bottom, prepare for the berm-inator bridge! If you've maintained speed, you can ride up high!
At this point, you're faced with a decision. Turn left and do it again, or stay to the right and ride down the valley to a gnarly, handcrafted, wooden bridge ride over Gypsy Bob Creek. Straight across is a tie-in to Right Trail
, turning left will head down the road to the trailhead, or a right turn will begin a climb up the road to find other trails.