May 10, 2019
There's actually over 30 miles of singletrack here with fantastic variety and a number of great loop options. Most trail segments go mostly up or down with a couple of traverse sections thrown in. For each possible loop, you have your choice of a long gradual climb and a steeper, rockier descent, or a chunky, technical climb and a long flowy descent. Either way, it's gonna' be tons o' fun. It is possible to construct entire beginner loops by combining the easier singletrack with the dirt roads that cross the area. But ripping the rocky trail segments will be a hoot for advanced riders. This is truly a trail system where any level of rider could have a great time.
This is mostly dry sagebrush land, but the Dry Gulch trail runs next to a creek with plenty of creek crossings, which will carry water in the spring but dry out later in the year.
The only drawback for this system is the quantity of cattle.... and the piles they leave behind on the trail. Much of the trail is more .... aromatic.... than one would like.