This is a surprisingly diverse and fun ride. Head up the trail on the steep, switchbacked grade. You will gain altitude quickly, but the ride doesn't seem as painful as it should given the grade. At the top of the switchbacks, a trail goes off to the left--keep going right. Right after that, go left and up onto the Don't Fence Me In trail. Follow this to the top of the ridge. After cresting the ridge, there will be a trail that plummets down into the next gulch--ignore it and head right and gently uphill on the Rodney Ridge doubletrack. After about a mile and a hlaf, it gets confusing--two singletracks will be visible crossing your path. If you take the first, you'll cut your ride short and miss some very good singletrack. Go past the first just a short distance and turn right on the second. Shortly after, the trail splits--you want to fork right. After another quarter mile, you may see a trail heading left--ignore it--go straight and begin an extremely sweet singletrack descent through the forest. After a half-mile of fast, fun, swoopy singletrack, take the trail right and parallel the road back to the top of the switchbacks and the final descent to your car. This is a short loop, but you can gain extra mileage by doing another lap, exploring some of the other trails on Rodney ridge, or linking it up with Mt Ascension or Mt Helena Ridge.