Very similar to Bother Ridge but longer. A long climb followed by a challenging descent.
This ride is beautiful with amazing views of West Virginia from Shenandoah Mountain. The ride is a challenge but fun for skilled riders who don't mind a long climb at the start. The downhill begins as wide single track but soon becomes a tight and twisty. Beware of the steeps as well as a few rocky technical sections and a hike-a-bike or two.
At the junction of FR 24 & 25, follow 25 up to top of Shenandoah Mt.
3.9 - Intersection of FR 25 and FR 85. Turn left on FR 85.
5.7 - Turn left onto FR 85-4. If you pass a spring on the left you have gone to far.
6.6 - Turn left onto Little Pond Ridge Trail. The trail head is marked with a yellow diamond and begins here.
10.1 - Turn left onto FR 24.
16.1 - Return to the junction of FR 24 and FR 25.
How to get there:
From Harrisonburg, VA head West on Rt. 33 towards Brandywine, WV. At Rt. 21 head South and take the FR 24 left and proceed to the parking area.