I have finally gotten off my butt and finished up new trail review on the website proper. The Crestridge Ecological Reserve. In the last year I have mostly been doing blog posts or updating existing pages. I have at least a dozen other trail pages in the works so hopefully it won’t take as long to get the next one out. Then again beer, bikes and life in general could foil that plan.
Last I made two trips out Crestridge Ecological Reserve area to check out the trails. This place has been on my get to know list for years now but I keep finding myself going just a little further down the road to Anderson Truck Trail and other trail goodness. I found lots of fire roads and single tracks out here of varying quality along with plenty of elevation change. Putting a good hurting on your legs and lungs is most certainly an option out here. Getting in some flowing trails smiles can certainly be on the docket as well.
Flynn Springs Trail in the east end of the area.
Some single track bits in the east end.
There are plenty of fire roads in the area as well as some single track. The trail pictured above was in what I was call the west end and it was a nice contouring trail up and over a saddle.
Sweet little spot.
I have climbed uglier fire roads.
I’m going to add this area to my site in the near future after GPS out a few more corners of this place so stay tuned.