“A great singletrack with a mixture of straight, smooth trail and sharp rocky switchbacks.
— David Kutassy
There is a day-use fee of a few dollars for each person that enters the park. Season passes are also available. To find out more and check current rates, click here
This is a fun connection between the Fire Trail
and Hollow Trail
. At the intersection with the Fire Trail
there is a huge ancient oak tree. There's also a short spur trail that leaves from beside the oak. Look instead for the marked entrance to the Little Yellow Trail; it's a little offset, but not too hard to find.
The upper half of the trail travels through smooth winding terrain. The lower half has sharp corners, rocks, roots and even some off-camber sections.
Just a ways above the switchback is an easy bouldering wall for those who are into rock climbing. The wall has a few V0 to V2 problems that are worth checking out. There are a number of other bouldering spots throughout the park, so check the Mountain Project App out for more details.