“A fast and fun descent that makes a great alternative to the Oats Peak Trail.”
— Doron Weinstein
Compared to other trails in the area, Beebe Trail is relatively new. The top of the trail starts off of Oaks Peak Trail before the switchbacks, and the bottom reconnects just over a mile further down. It's a fun alternative and a way to bypass the tight turns.
The trail gently follows the contours of the slope, so it's not steep at all. Nevertheless, you can easily pick up plenty of speed, especially lower down. The corridor is not wider than 4-5 feet and the dirt is a smooth hard pack with some loose sections. There aren't any obstacles that require riders to stop or even slow down.
The recommended direction to ride Beebe Trail is as a descent, so climb up Oats Peak to reach the top.