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Best for more experienced riders, this trail system offers some narrow, steep and technical trails with sharp cutbacks. Most of the terrain is fairly difficult, with some parts so steep, they are basically one way (down!).
This area has a small campground with 6 sites, basic services, and a small creek with some crystal clear water. The first part of trail leading from the campground is very easy, but the trails get more technical soon thereafter. Bring your 'A' game.