If you've got 2 days, Santa Cruz one day and Soquel Demo on the other.I have a couple of days to ride and I want to try some new trails within a couple hours of Marin.
I've never ridden at Angwin, the peninsula or Santa Cruz.
I guess Santa Cruz is probably the best spot to head to?
Since you're into singletrack descents and exploring new areas (and less abt jumping)...Yeah all the trails in Marin that I ride are rutted and sandy so that won't deter me.
I'm not a big jumper but I'm more into singletrack descents and exploring new areas.
Seems like demo might be easier to find my way around than a bunch of unsanctioned trails at UC, at least on a first visit.
I'm kind of interested in Pacifica and it's usually cooler there.
How does Skeggs compare to Tamarancho or the backside of China camp?
Hennessy Lake and the Moore Creek descent are better options for blues. I like to do a loop which includes old Howell mt.Seemed like there were lots of "green" trails and couple blacks but not a ton of blue terrain which is what I'm into.
Felt the same way about Angwin. Cool to check out, not worth the drive again, unless I was into riding that park they've got in the middle...but I'm not b/c I'm too old and not my cup of tea.Next day I went to Angwin. There are some sketchy drops that look way bigger in person than they do on YouTube. And some fun steep trails. Overall I was into it and I had a good day but it wasn't a spot I'll go back to real soon. Seemed like there were lots of "green" trails and couple blacks but not a ton of blue terrain which is what I'm into.
Yeah, I don't think many people realize just how big of a loss 4H isHennessy Lake and the Moore Creek descent are better options for blues. I like to do a loop which includes old Howell mt.
Sadly we lost what was arguably the best North Bay blue descent when the recent crackdown happened around the Calfire station.