November 4, 2014
As a cross country ride, I would rate the trails a five. There is good distance here to ride, the trails are fun, and the wilderness experience and scenery are both fantastic. Overall, the difficulty (technically) is probably an easy intermediate at best. There is not a lot of tech or gnar on the trails, but you can find techy spots to play around on and session on. In terms of strenuousness and remoteness, these trails are intermediate and more. The climbs are big and long. Descending is blazingly fast, and thus, increase the risk of a serious injury. It's best not to ride here alone and be prepared to overnight in the forest in case something went wrong. Belying its name, the trails are not sandy at all. Most trails are either covered with a little grass or a firm surface of dirt (not very organic).