There is three miles of official trail but many more miles are unmarked there are many intermediate trails and a few advanced sections a wide variety from steep downhills and drops to long uphill climbs excellent for training
Review: Not many miles of trails, its perfect for a quick rip after work. The trails are fairly wide and flows well with some steep ups. There is access from the back of the cemetery and also at the end of Hopper road.
Review: A hidden gem. I've been riding skyetop quarry which is considered one of the best places to ride in the area. I like there Rand Track better. More diverse, more climbs & downhills, has a good amount of technical stuff as well.
Review: It was not obvious how to find this trail. I finally found entry from the back of the cemetery. There are several entry points from there. It has been raining like crazy yet still able to get in a ride without much mud. Wide track with lots of options, some of which had big fallen trees to get over. Will go back now that I know how to access it and after it dries a bit.
Review: This area is great for training has many different access points the unmarked trails can offer a much greater challenge for those up to it fair warning to hardtail riders there are some very bumpy sections the area itself wasnt built for bikes so some spots can be tedious but overall loads of fun exploring many new hidden trails