September 3, 2015
A super rad descent! Chunder up top, a little mellower once you're in the woods.
Lots of trail huck opportunities. Good sight lines mean you can ride this trail pretty much full speed, even blind. That's how I did it anyway.
You cross Agate Creek a ton of times on your way down, and as you do, it gets wider and deeper. As Greg said, "Just embrace the wetness." There's really no way around it.
The bottom of the trail flattens out and there's a really tough section with basketball sized rocks scattered everywhere. I dabbed a lot there and had to walk a couple spots after losing all momentum.