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Fun transitions and some great little rock drops. Few sections rutted out but great experience for my first ride there! Trail contains a rope-suspended ladder bridge, elevated bridges and a long-straight skinny. It is typically maintained at a high level due to its popularity and use. Fast transitions and high berms help with the turns.
There was enough rain to saturate the dust. Trail can be ridden in either direction. Great views over the valley. Please watch your speed on this portion though as this is a popular destination for hikers as well. The main bike trail is about 18KM long with a gentle -5% grade.
Landings are getting a little rotted but the overall condition is good. This trail begins with a small pump section with two smaller jumps and a third larger hip jump. At the bottom the trail joins Hide and Seek above a major creek crossing. Wait a few days after any fresh snowfall and the entire area becomes one giant freeride trail after all the shredders pack down the powder. Mostly dry with some small mud puddles.
Then it is a gradual descent or flat on to the end of the trail at Hickory Mountain Road and Hickory Mountain Loop. This line is my preferred line coming down. IMO it is a better ride to turn around and follow the same trail down. I've master huck to flat though! At the bottom the trail joins Hide and Seek above a major creek crossing.