November 24, 2018
So this section of trails has been built by people at the beginning of the century (2000s) and has since been abandoned. They were built by pro downhillers and they practiced on them. As Charging_Rhinos states in a review below, there was a race called the Pinenut Cracker, but they stopped putting it on in 2011. Charging_Rhinos has the best directions, however, the date from his review is over 10 years ago. Here is how you get there, there is a trail head for pinon trail, that's not it. There is the lot with the lone tree on the right just down from the pinon trail head, also not it. There is an offshoot not very far before the parking lot, turn down that road.I say road, it's more like 4x4 trail. It is kinda bumpy. A truck or SUV will probably be needed if you aren't gonna ride it. Continue down and there will be a fork, TAKE A LEFT. Not far down that and there is an area to the right that you can't really tell is anything but is the end of a trail system. There is some weird jump parts, a bike stand, and you will see some jumps if you go in far enough. Park there. If you keep going up that road you can get to the top, however the jumps and trail are in very sketchy condition and personally I can't send that huge. So we just walk up from the bottom and you will find a small jump line and it is pretty good. It is very hard to describe in text, and I cannot put pictures in. If you want to send this, message me and I can give you pictures with better directions. Pictures talk way better than text.
Any Downhill Park jump line