June 28, 2015
I had a local act like a tool here today over how close I parked to his blueish grey Colorado (even though he had enough space to open his tailgate and still have leg room). Shortly after that, I was approached by another local who explained I was over another line and that the park rangers could potentially ticket me there. This is my 4th time at this incredibly fun and well thought out trail and I must admit that the typical interaction with the locals is usually a lot closer to how the gentleman behaved towards me than the other rider. Although extremely crowded on the weekends (you will encounter riders in both directions on greens), there is plenty of space, trail options, and even overflow parking if needed for everyone including nubes and kids. The trail does have a good amount of sugar sand here and there so you can go a little low on the tire pressure if you'd like. A little rain wouldn't hurt this trail at all so don't skip out just because the afternoon showers sprinkle a little.