July 11, 2016
Just getting into MB a few months back now and as a newer rider these are excellent trails to learn on! There are many steep climbs, drops, rocks, roots, a few obstacles, bridges and the odd stream to cross. The trails twist and turn often keep you guessing as to what's next! I find that the trails are pretty challenging as a newer rider but still exciting enough for a more advanced rider to shred and have a blast. They're not suuper long but there's a ton of different ways to attack them so that you can keep it fresh. (Easier and harder routes) For myself being newer there's still some hills Im walking Because I don't have the ability/strength to climb them, some skinny bridges that I'm building courage for and some sections that I take a bit slower because I'm still finding my bearing on tight squeezes. I believe it'll be perfect practice for quite some time before I can go full tilt on these trails. Basically no matter where your at skill wise you will enjoy them... as the other reviewer said I wouldn't drive hrs to get to them or anything but if your in the area try them out for sure because they are a blast! If you see a guy with a carbon fiber prosthetic be sure to say hi :) Cheers!