It's smooth and wide but has enough rollers and berms to keep it fun. It's also a 5 minute ride back up 210 to get a car, so kids can ride it downhill, and have a parent get the car from the start.
Closed when wet or muddy. Check COGGS.COM for trail conditions.
- Two-way traffic: yield to uphill traffic
- Multi-use: yield to hikers
The trail is two-way. Riding from north-to-south has slightly more descending.
This trail is easy, smooth, and very scenic. It's great for beginners but can be fun for faster intermediate riders as well.
The upper 2/3 of this trail is relatively flat, with gently rolling terrain. As you make your way to the lower reaches, the trail offers some fast rollers as it descends to Hwy 210.
Partway through this descent, you'll come to a split: go right to drop down to the Hwy 210 parking lot and Loki, or keep left to take the steeper descent of Lower Cathedral to the main parking lot at Chambers Grove park.