Good, fast single track that is on a nice hard packed dirt. The upper part is steep and technical while the lower part is fast with shicanes and burms.
How to get there:
Go up East Utah street in Roslyn, when you get to the top of the hill turn right and go about 100 yards and on the left you will see a old jeep road. Park your car here and then go up the trail. At the first Y in the road stay left. Continue up until you hit the first gravel road and keep going up the jeep trail that crossed the gravel road. Then 200 yards above the gravel road there will be a 3 way split in the road. Take the far right trail that is called the cross over trail. Follow this for about a mile and when you hit the next trail go up it you will see a huge tree root that is about a foot tall. Go up this trail about 400 yards and you will end up right on a gravel road. Take a right onto this road for about 300 yards. You will come down a small hill right, and when it is about to go up, to the right ther will be another small jeep road. Take this road for 200 yards when you come around this long left turn there will be a hard to see single track trail to your right. That is the trail! One Note: When you get to the coal dirt (a couple hundered yards into the trail)go up the trail 30 yards to the hardest, most technical part of the trail. The rest is fun!!!! You will come out by Plum Creek. If you have any questions, or need a guide email us at: email@example.com