After some pine needle double track we hit the first single track. This section was flatish Pine Needle flowly piece of goodness. This section alone would have been worth the one hour drive from the burgh.
Kim our gracious guide basically tore up the pine needles
and is Smiling because of it.
After some rolly polly hardwoods riding we do the first little creek crossing.
Erika showing us how its done
on her SS
after a really hard doubletrack 100 yard of 20 percent grade with leaves that I some how made it up, we get in some ferny rolly singletrack with views of the lake.
Kim zoomin on the sweet track
Scenery with people
our favorite cheater on her big wheels
We then came to the River crossing Erika does not like the river crossing.
I should have went to help but I was taking pictures Kim goes to save our scardy friend. Typical guy right? I stand around while the women do all the WORK!
after that some more scenery appeared out of nowhere
We then rode some flowly trail with huge Log piles. I pretty much rock and Kim should have a camera since she takes better pics than me!
Then we happened upon a super fun boulder field with some rock gardens, I wish I would of taken more pictures here.
Erika being brave on the rock Spine.
Kim's first attempt didnt go so well(this is much more off cambered than it looks)
Me going the opposite way totally air borne
and I alwasy like to drop it likes it hot.
If you reading this and can drive here in a couple hours its was worth it. There was so much stuff I didnt take pictures of as well. again thanks guys and it always rocks to ride with some rippin chicks.