The trail starts climbing right away after leaving the information sign. At any
intersection keep right and climb until the summit. The trail is one of the
most technical single track climbs you will ever find. Cleaning it will be a
major challenge. At the summit are now at the top of Upper Stoney Sqaw.
The trail starts to descend and it is fairly technical, with narrow sections
between trees. At the halfway point you reach the lower Stoney Trail. This
trail can be ridden on its own by starting at the parking lot you were at to
access Upper Stoney, riding past the day lodge, past the chair lifts and
following signs to the trail head.
Lower Stoney is a ripper with great corners, long straight section and
nothing so steep that you can flow it fast and furious. The bottom section
gives you some sweet burm'd corners and a few jumps before dumping you
out at the gate (please close after you to keep animals inside the park) and
back onto the highway. You have about 1/2 mile ride back on the road to