Locate the start-gate for your entrance to the good times ahead. The singletrack surges ahead into a replanted section of trees lined with ferns and low brush. You'll be whipping by on the loose and gravely turns and low berms. There are even some booters now and then to add to the fun. This section is reminiscent of Pseudo-Tsuga in Squamish and you'll want to hoot and holler here too.
Pretty soon the trail pops into the trees where the gravel fades and the moss grows up. The flow remains strong but just like in the section before the berms aren't overstated. Keep an eye up for some doubles, optional gaps, and on-trail booters as the trees fly by. A small step down on the right is a signal that the log gap is just ahead. A number of rocks embedded in the run-in and a sizable log in the middle make scouting out this step-down advisable. If you're not feeling it, there is a ride around on the left. Just make sure you don't ride into this one unawares.
The now slightly rougher trail wraps up pretty quickly as it feeds to a gravel road where you can either head back up for a second go, or continue on to nearby Rod's Rocky Road, Brodie, or Shredder.