This 7,100 acre West Texas ranch has a network of 3 challenging loops that extend off of each other and encompass about 1,850 acres. The terrain is a mix of rocky limestone cedar hillsides, oak motts and mesquite flats. The maximum elevation drop on the ranch is about 150í so none of the climbs are very long. There are some short and rocky technical sections, but you have to stay focused as you consistently weave through the rocks on the hillsides and run off creek sections. Most of the trails are single track with a little double track mixed in. The middle ring single track on the hillsides is tight, twisty, and pretty rocky. There are some flat, semi smooth ridgeline sections mixed between the accents and descents to give you a breather. At the lower elevation of the ranch you enter the mesquite flats that are smooth and a little sandy. In here the single track opens up and you can pick up some speed. The short double track offers a good change of pace and you can work the big ring a little but there are no extended high-speed sections. From here you are back in the fun single track, across the flats again and a climb leads you back to the trailhead. At the trail head by the cabins there is a conveniently located pool over looking the valley where you can cool off after hammering out some miles. If you stay in the cabins, you can cook inside the lodge or BBQ outside. Camping is also available. Described by Rick Youman for MTB Central Texas guide book.