“Tight, twisty and flowing, not much for climbs or technical sections but fun at speed.”
— MTB Project Staff
Pets must be on a leash and certain sections are marked horse or hiker only so pay attention to signs.
Need to Know
This trail is an out and back trail with riders, hikers and even horses accessing the trail at all times of the year so rider courtesy and caution must be used, especially around blind corners. In early spring or late fall depending on precipitation the water crossings may not be ride-able due to water levels.
Trail consists of mostly hard packed singletrack with just enough sand, roots, loose rock, water crossings and a few pockets of mud that seem to linger all summer to keep you on your toes. There are also several wooden or metal bridges throughout the park that add to the challenge and fun as some of them are barely wider than handlebar width.
While initially this trail may seem easy and mundane, ride it with speed, and the twists and turns start to become much more difficult. This trail is what you make of it - it can be an easy ride through the woods or a more challenging course if you are willing and able to carry speed through the ample turns.