July 26, 2015
These trails are relatively new, well developed, and well maintained. The grades are reasonable - challenging, but not arduous. Rocks and roots, same thing - challenging without making most riders stop all the time.
There is a map available at the park office that shows the MTB specific trails. A different map online shows other trails that may be open to MTB, but they are not one and the same.
My only complaint is that trail crossings and junctions aren't all that well marked, and it is easy to end up on a different. The trails do have reasonably good markers, I just sometimes get surprised to see that I'm on a different trail.
Compared to nearby Kennerdell, the trails are narrower, more MTB specific, and more flowy. The rocks and roots are less severe but more persistent. In other ways it's like Allegrippis-lite; less developed and less mileage, but a conceptually similar network of loops.