Somewhat tight and technical in areas. Short, punchy hills. Fun ridden in both directions, if ridden counter clockwise there is less climbing but if ridden clockwise there are a few decent flowing downhill sections. A few log rides mixed in near the trailhead with more fun stuff in the works throughout the trail.
Review: This was probably an awesome trail when fist constructed and still is yet a great trail, just needs a little tlc. There are some nice climbs on the first section giving you a super great work out and a few nice descents. Second section is a little faster with a few nice jumps to the side of the track. Trail ending with some great berms complete with steep drops and a little air on the other side. Not much traffic and little done as far as leaves so careful on the turns.
Review: Tight and twisty, good trail to learn bike handling and cornering. One short off loop with a few big berms. Trail always well maintained and is normally the first trail in the area that is rideable after a good rain. You can also add in the dead end gravel road near the Bayou Point entrance for more climbing practice.