This trail is open to motorcycles, be alert as you ride.
After a short uphill at the beginning of this trail, you'll come to an apex where you go through an old wooden fence-like structure. From there, it flattens out to singletrack that banks back and forth through a nice stand of trees. As the trail begins to descend a bit more, it becomes super flowy goodness through fast, banked turns. During the fast, fun part, the trail forks and Lone Pine takes the left fork through more awesome flow.
Near the bottom, you'll hit some trail that goes through some technical limestone sections, including one impressive stretch of baby heads for about thirty yards. There are only two or three minor little rock shelves to deal with during this section, but they could catch you by surprise if you're ripping through here unawares.
I learned about this little gem from Charlie down at Two Wheel Drive in Albuquerque, he showed it to me on the old Cedro Trail Map back in the 90s!
You'll wish this was longer, as it's some of the nicest flow descent in the area!
Shared By: Randall Gann