heavy fluid wrote:I didn't see a map at the first parking spot on the left as you come in. I wasn't necessarily looking for one either though, so if I missed it, my bad. I didn't see the green and red like you mentioned, I just saw one where there were two red pointing left and right, which I thought was weird. Thanks for the hard work. I really like some parts of the red trail, but my wife and I love the green one.
Out of curiosity, has anyone been able to ride all the way up the steep left hand part of the green trail right against the river? I cannot make it more than about a quarter of the way.
I believe you are not starting in the right part of the green loop. I know exactly where you are. You are starting directly off the corner of the road, correct? There used to be a sign there stating NO BIKES, but it was stolen. This trail will take you to the steep uphill you speak of. Unfortunately this area is off limits to bikes. The actually green loop will take you near the river, but not that close. You should be starting the green loop directly across from the parking near the kiosk. There is a sign with a green arrow and it says "Mountain bike trail." Please do not continue to ride the trail off the corner (I promise to get a new sign up), as this area is off limit to bikes.
Sorry about the confusion, we will work on the signs.
Tough to see, but the little yellow lines are two-way trails to access the red loop and the road. The green loop trail starts east of the corner. You can also see the "outer red loop" that Jon was talking about.