This trail is a good option if you have just finished B East
want to head back to the parking lot and don't want to bother with Pail
in order to get back to the Grand Canyon
Starting at Jackrabbit Junction where B East
meet, follow a quick downhill section. The trail is similar to the B East
trail where it lacks the rocks of Tim's Ridge
and the gravel and small rocks of Grand Canyon
. The only difficult section of the trail is the final decline that is very steep.
If you dislike peddling the gravel of Grand Canyon
and the rocks of Tim's Ridge
this trail can be a good alternative. Starting at the gate where Grand Canyon
and Quick Gully meet, the first section is a very steep incline that cannot be peddled. Walk your bike up this first steep incline and then the rest of the trail is easy peddling. Walking the first incline is well worth it to get easy access to the upper trails. The downside is that the B trails are more enjoyable going clockwise so you either have to haul yourself up the Pail
incline or do the B East
and B West
trails backward before doing them counterclockwise.