Great trail. The higher up you pedal on the access road the more technical it gets. FYI - if it’s your first time, just follow the paved road behind the gate following the signs. You turn on to gravel about 3/4 of the way to the top. It kicks up pretty good at this point but levels out after the first full switchback. What’s great is that at so many points, you can turn off the climb and start your descent on the trail. These multiple entries make for a great, approachable trail that caters to beginners and experienced riders alike.
Getting better all the time... It has been fun to watch this grow and the the bike community get to have a small Chuck of the coast range for them.... Probably enough stuff here to keep every level of Rider occupied for a bit.. ..machine built single track give s the trails a park like feel pretty fun👍🌠👍
Did a lot of work on trail system. Filled with rock gardens at the top and tight flow trail on lower section. Follow road staying to the right untill you reach the top. Several marked trails down. After lower whistle punk.. go STRAIGHT no trail markers..then you will see highball trail.. Enjoy
I haven't gone on a ton of mountain biking trails, still kinda a beginner, but so far this is my favorite. It's incredibly beautiful and just a ton of fun to come down!
Best mtb trails in the area by far