These trails are divided into three sections, beginner, intermediate and advanced.
The beginner section is pretty much prairie riding. It was good for a warm up, but
I wouldn't do it for anything else.
The intermediate section is tight and twisty, with only a few places to drop the
hammer. There are a couple of fun ladder features and some short but steep
climbs. It's a great section to work on your cornering skills, as some of the turns
are off camber. Because this trail is fairly new, it's easy to wash out if you let your
front wheel wander too far from the beaten path.
The short expert section takes the best elements from the intermediate section
and dials them way up. There are a couple of steep descents and techy climbs.
There is narrow hillside riding. There is also one small air that can sneak up on
the unsuspecting. The most memorable and unique features are the 8-10' tall
super steep bumps that rise up from nowhere. occasionally these features stand
solo, but often are grouped together. The trail occasionally rides straight over
them, but often seems to be changing direction on these things. All in all, very
fun. If you are in the area and looking for something more techy than the Kettle,
come check these trails out. They will only improve as more people ride them.
One last note, ride with caution your first loop, there is one turn that would really
suck to miss.