This purpose-built downhill flow trail opened in summer of 2017. The trail is complete with rock gardens and jumps during an awesome 1.3-mile descent. It's accessed by climbing up other nearby trails that travel past the water tank near the highest point in the trail system.
The top of the flow trail has a number of signs posted alerting riders that the trail ahead is technical and should only be ridden by skilled riders. This is the entrance to the steepest portion on the trail and all the ramps, multiple jumps, rock gardens and banked berms ahead. The trail ends on Connector #120B
between Upper Cedar Creek Trail #120C
and Lower Cedar Creek Trail #120A