“After a short climb on the North Fork River Trail, enjoy the descent on big roots and logs through the forest.”
— Edward-Bam Lopez
To get to this trail, you can either climb straight up the North Fork River Trail
(jeep road) or via Bicentennial Trail
and Middle Link
Once at the junction, continue up the North Fork River Trail
and stay straight at 0.13 miles for more jeep trail climbing. At mile 0.32, you'll see two buildings in a gated ranch to the right but continue straight ahead and start the singletrack through the trees.
The initial singletrack climb has deep ruts that your pedals can hit the sides and make you feel like a ball in a pinball machine. Once it's time to start descending, the smooth trail under trees will challenge you with big roots and logs that make it hard to clear.
After fighting through the forest, the trail will drop you in the meadow before a gentle climb, eventually merging with Bicentennial Trail