Dogs No Dogs
The trail starts out with some narrow singletrack running alongside the access road, then opens up as you cut across the face of the hill. The majority of this track is off-camber which makes it the balance between keeping your speed up without running out of grip a constant challenge.
As the trail curves down the hill, you'll cross two contoured banks which make for great jumps. The trail ends by feeding into Snakes N Ladders
with a very sketchy off-camber right-hander that requires you to turn uphill. Be careful as it's easy to wash out and end up sliding into the grass.
Shared By: Andrew James