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Zero access issues. Can be accessed any time!
This is a fun singletrack trail full of rocky terrain, creek crossings, and tight switchbacks! There are a few decent lookout points, but nothing high up by any means. You'll encounter a few fun boulders to climb around mile 1.5--bring a crash pad if you like bouldering!
Need to Know
Plenty of parking, benches, and, for some reason, scooters.
This singletrack trail is very well marked; just follow the orange arrows, and you can't go wrong! There are also grey arrows that lead to a paved trail, along the way, in case you need to bail out.
After a good rain, there WILL be a lot of mud on this trail! If you're into running through mud or mountain biking, this will not upset you at all, but keep in mind that after a decent amount of rain there will be mud.
There's not much history involved with this trail, but it's a fun trail to run on, bike, or for hiking. There are plenty of hills and elevation gain. Happy trails!
Shared By: Zac Nixon