April 1, 2014
I rode this area for the second time today, and there's some really interesting stuff. There's a few nice technical climbs/chunky downhills if you take the right trails.
It's weird though, because the first time I rode this area, it seemed mostly flowy and flat. I guess you just need to get to know which trails you like.
The comment in the description about poor signage is no longer accurate. There are a number of un-marked branches, but if you take the obvious route, you'll be staying on the named/numbered trails. The area is pretty dense, so if you get a map at the ranger station, you'll be fine.
Adding this to my regular rotation!