Dogs No Dogs
The trail starts out right next to the Luna lines, and features it's own purpose-built drop in. It's a little rough and janky, and gives you perfect speed into a small gap with a rock as the lip.
The trail then turns into a hip jump, which takes a few pedals to clear. From there, the trail goes into a mid-sized jump with a small gap to add a little excitement. After that, riders send a small tabletop that's a bit off-axis and very challenging to clear, before arriving at the main attraction of Flying Squirrel: two massive, sweeping berms turn into two proper-sized booters. The first jump sends riders smoothly into the air. It's very easy to clear, and is very low consequence. The second jump requires a few pedal strokes to properly clear and measures nearly 25 feet in length. It shoots riders very high into the air thanks to its steep lip, and ends the trail with a bang.
There are often riders lined up at the top of the second of the two massive berms so they can session the last two jumps, and there is a bench there to rest on while waiting. The trail is very well maintained, and the jumps are perfect for those looking to hit their first really big jumps.
Shared By: Nate H