“A wide dirt road that's still plenty rough on an over-four-mile descent that boosts your adrenaline!”
— Vasko Cvetanov
While infrequently used, this is an active road. Watch out for a village tractor or two as you descend.
The dirt road was used by trucks bringing wood down from the mountains in the past. Today, it's a very rough road that's about 10 feet (3m) wide. Despite the "comfortable" width, there are huge bumps and lots of rocks to make it a challenging descent.
The grade remains steep and steady, which will make you want to ride you bike harder and faster after each turn. Expect lots of curves to add to the excitement and adventure as you deal with the rocks and bumps and dodge huge holes on the road.
The top can be reached by a capable high-clearance vehicle, or some fit riders might even want to ride up (but it's a really long climb). This is best ridden from April through October when conditions are dry and hot. If you were feeling really adventurous, you could give it a go on a rainy day.