First time out today. Almost no people out there, nice and tranquil. Like the terrain, and had fun in a lot of spots. And also, opposite of fun in many spots, haha. I think we had to turn around and back track about 4 or 5 times... signage or a trail map would help.
But this piece of terrain is just begging for a purposeful, bench cut, rolling / swooping piece of awesome single track. Is there any master plan to eventually form a single-direction, high quality trail? Don't get me wrong, loved a lot of spots, the trail was in great shape, and the log piles / ramps were super fun. But the 150 degree hairpin turns thrown arbitrarily into the mix just suck some fun out. Especially when there are 5 in a row. And the constant intersections and worry of bi-directional traffic... couldn't find any rhythm. I can dig that this trail has a different flavor than others, but why not re-organize, consolidate/extend, and get a 6 to 8 mile rocking good time going?
Not trying to complain. Props to the trail maintainers, it was solid. Traffic must be pretty low though, eh? Riding dried out pizza cutters in August is an odd sensation.