“Well linked together, includes small berms, lookouts, with technical rocky sections.
— Jeff O
Smooth surface with no features.
Check with Hiawatha highlands for rules and regulations.
Need to Know
Helmets are suggested. The trails can be slippery when wet, with some mud at times. In these type of conditions, it would be much appreciated if you stayed home and crushed the couch until the trail dries up. Watch for walkers and their dogs. Be nice to others, and tread lightly.
This ride is suited for the intermediate rider with some experience. It includes some small berms, roller lips, small bridges, log hops, rocky technical sections, and an old lookout view from the high point.
The descents and climbs are totally doable. You'll probably want to go back into the trail system to discover some of the singletrack that was unmarked. I know I do all the time and end up finding little gems that you'll want to bring your riding buddies in to see.
Don't be afraid to get lost in here, because you can't. The trails are looped, and will always lead you out to some road if need be.