Very flat for most of the ride. The trial is broken into 14 loops. Turn left at each sign to ride the whole trail, or go right If you want to get back to the trailhead. It is running along a creek with a levy along the side. The trail
head is in the middle so you can go north or south. The south section is flat and built for speed.
There is a levy built along the creek to help with flooding. The trail runs up and down along it
gong south and north bound is zig zaggy through the trees.
The north section is the best. Loops 7, 13 and 14 are the most technical with some hard climbs and big drops. On the far north side are some of the biggest dips in Dallas. When I first rode them I fell
and broke my wrist so be careful. There is a bypass for begginers. The Wall on loop 9 is not as
challenging as it used to be. It is quite worn down.
All in all a good fun ride. Check the website for conditions because it is in a floodplain and it
takes a while to dry up after a rain.