One Way Only:
This is designated as a directional trail.
Need to Know
The local government recently instituted a unified payment system for the motorcycle lifts, parking fee (if with car), and trail maintenance fee. You register your name, contact number, place of origin and pay before leaving. There is also a small eatery where you order local slow-cooked food. The eatery has a restroom where you can also change clothes.
You can pedal or hike-a-bike from the jump-off point for campers to the trailhead. This will lead to a singletrack that's moderately steep and flowy. There are rocks, roots and saplings that can catch your pedal and handlebar if not careful.
The first half of the trail is strewn with rocks and narrow sections between saplings. There are also fallen trees that have yet to be removed. Be sure to look up ahead and duck your head low, especially if you have an action camera mounted on the helmet.
There is a small compression and then a climb that you need to watch out for halfway on the trail. After that, the trail becomes flowy. The last 150 meters is rooty and rocky. You can jump these sections if you're confident and look ahead. Otherwise, the rocks and roots may catch your front tire and cause an over-the-bars fall. A small drop signals the end of the trail.
You can rest here for a bit. Ten meters up ahead is the Teban Trail
Shared By: Ditto de la Rosa