Although all doubletrack, this ride provides good mileage and spectacular scenery without crowds. Start your ride by following 336--it's a gradual uphill. There are no major climbs, but you're starting well above 10,00 ft, so it's not necessarily an aerobic walk in the park, especially if you push it. The further you travel, the rougher (and less populated) the doubletrack will become. It's usually windy and much cooler when you get to the exposed ridgetop, so come prepared. After about seven miles, the trail continues another mile up to highway 130--at this point I recommend turning east onto FR 396 for a gradual, 4 mile descent to the stunning Silver Run Lake (this part of the ride may have some pickups/jeeps as it is passable by high clearance vehicles and there are good campsites along the way). Enjoy the peace and solitude ot the lake--when you're done soaking it all in, return the way you came.