Primarily ridden top-to-bottom (north to south), this is a narrower, twisting descent that splits off and then reconnects to the Sugar Bush Trail. There's a mix of moderate features like rock gardens, gap jumps, and high and narrow bridges.
There's also one larger jump that requires riders speed to clear the landing. This jump, however, does have an easy ride-around if you look at it and decide that you can't quite commit. Toward the bottom half there are several high and narrow bridges that could prove dangerous for less advanced riders.
Trail's Ojibwe name: Ditbiwebishkigan-Miikana Maamakaadendaagwad (meaning: "astonishing bike path")
Shared By: Matt Goodman