“A steep, rocky downhill off of Rattlesnake Ridge.”
— Jonathan Cox
Know locally as "Upper Bitch" this trail isn't well marked, so you'll have to work a little bit to get to the entrance. Start at the top of Woodrow Road
and turn east. After about 100 yards, there will will be an open section with a doubletrack to the right and a trail into the woods on the left. Head up the doubletrack a little ways and the start of the downhill will be (somewhere) on your right. Make sure to use the MTB Project mobile app
to help find the way.
The trail starts out with the hardest section first. Get ready for a steep rock garden with two large boulders on either side and some smaller rocks in the middle. After that, the trail doesn't flatten out, but it gets a bit easier. Along the trail, there are lots of alternative lines over boulders that can be used as rock chutes or drops.