At about a mile long, most riders hit this trail first. They'll continue through the entire lap before riding Trail 1a and 1b. Coming from Trail 1, just turn right onto Haul Road and you can't miss it. It begins with a moderate-grade climb followed by a fast, twisting section before heading into a ravine. At the bottom, you'll cross three creek beds which may be wet. Exiting the ravine, you'll pedal up a stepped, bench-cut climb, followed immediately by a log rollover. Trail 2 also has a sprint run and small bump climbs.
At the end of Trail 2 is a bailout connecting to Haul Road. You can exit here and ride off to another trail, such as Trail 9, or continue directly onto Trail 3. This is the first of many bailouts that can be used to change the order of your ride.