May 28, 2014
I ride at this park almost daily. I have a 5, 6.4, and 7.5 mile loops built that are challenging and fun. If you start at the first parking lot on the left you can hit the trail 5 loops. These are a great warm up trail and has some fun turns and small downhills. If you jump off onto trail 6 "the gut" it will take you down to the bottom of the park. The hill climb out will be a little technical and challenging. Trail 7 is much the same way just off the other side of the ridge. I normally do trail 7, trail 3, trail 1, trail 8, trail 2, trail 4. Trail 4 is a fun downhill with technical rock sections, burms, and a nice climb out after crossing a creek. Trail 2 is also a great trail if you ride it backwards and add trail 9 to it. The Park is well maintained and trail widths vary. They have a trail map available and it is pretty close even though there are some undocumented trails that need added. I am part of a group that rides this trail most Saturday mornings called Chainbreakers. Look us up on Facebook and see the next time we ride and join us. We will show you the trails.