April 3, 2014
This is an awesome trail system to have available directly from town! The Broken Boyfriend trail really makes this trail system worth riding--the other trails basically serve as access to and from that trail.
This trail system is pretty much intermediate. The steepness of some of the initial climbs and some of the rocks are definitely more than beginner, but if a novice is willing to hop off for a rock or two, this would be a great spot to help progress their skills.
Due to how few total trails are here, and the fact that some of the trails heading up to Broken Boyfriend are so doubletracky, I can't give this much more than a 3. If I could give half stars, this would be a solid 3.5 ;) However, if there was another 10 miles like the Broken Boyfriend it'd definitely be 4 stars, and if you ride over and hit up the Midland Hills Trails as well, that makes it 4 stars too.
August 1, 2014
Agree with above that Broken Boyfriend is the highlight trail, and is easy enough to lap that section once you do the 1st moderate climb.
I do not get the doubletrack comment; wide, yes! But I actually like the climb up, you can pick your line to make it a bit more interesting or simply spin & weave on up. There is about a 1 mile span of gravel road (304), no biggie as the views to the west are stellar.
This is a nice ride in conjunction with a morning CT area segment. Or, the novice rider looking to step it up a bit.
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