“A singletrack trail that features decent flow and a few obstacles to keep things entertaining.”
— Steve Hausmann
This trail is closed when muddy. If you are picking up mud on your tires and/or leaving noticeable ruts in the trail, please do not ride and wait until conditions dry out. Not only does it harm the trail, this soil will also make your bike a huge mess very quickly. When riding this trail in the winter, please stay off the groomed cross-country ski trails.
Family Friendly: Very short trail with bathrooms, water fountain, playground and shelter all at trailhead. The trail itself is pretty tame and great for kids or beginners to learn to ride on.
This is a great trail for beginners and experienced riders alike. You'll encounter short, semi-punchy climbs, a couple of obstacles including a railroad tie "skinny" and a fair amount of flow.
Beginners will appreciate the low intimidation and difficulty level of this trail. Experienced riders will find joy in riding this trail fast in the open areas then slashing through trees when it narrows and trying to maintain that momentum through tight, twisty sections.
This trail is pretty short and can be ridden multiple laps at a time for a great cardio workout.