“A tour of all the singletrack trails with plenty of switchbacks and some technical spots.”
— Dave Karraker
All obstacles have go-arounds on them, enabling kids to opt for those routes.
No motor vehicles.
This ride features approximately four miles of flowing singletrack with obstacles and switchbacks through the woods. Maintained and improved by a group of local bikers, the trail offers obstacles, both man-made and natural. Roadway crossings are accomplished by the singletracks that parallel the creek and go under the bridge, eliminating hillbilly traffic on Woods Lane. All obstacles have alternate go-arounds for those just wanting to ride through the woods.
Need to Know
Roadway crossings follow the creek and go under the roadway via singletrack.
This route is divided up into four trails, and signs designate Trail 2
, Trail 3
, Trail 4
, and Trail 5
. Trail 1 is a walking trail and out of play and a mile away from these anyhow. Along the way, expect quick switchbacks and some small hills. All the technical obstacles have ride-arounds.