“An old-school raw singletrack multi-use trail.
— Shane Bradley
Bike season is Memorial Day Weekend through the first of October. Check the website for updated lift and bike park hours of operations. Prior to starting your cross-country ride, stop by the Mountain Adventure Center in the village for trail updates and a backcountry hiking/biking map. This trail is multi-use, so you may encounter hikers.
The trail starts behind the Camp 4 condominiums, across the wood over/under bridge.
The singletrack is skinny, loamy, and peppered with an assortment of roots and rocks. The grades are steep in sections as riders navigate over the natural terrain undulations. At the end, Grease Monkey exits onto a service road at the base of the mountain.
For lift-access, make a right turn onto the service road then a left onto lower Easy Street
. If you'd prefer to pedal out, make a left turn onto the service road to Shavers Lake Road
, ride up Shavers Lake Road
to Powder Puff
or West Ridge Road to the mountain summit.