I like it! It's short, sweet and to the point. Meaning, shut up, ride and have fun!
Here's the breakdown;
Access - you'll want to be carefull when entering the parking lot. Driver's LOVE to speed along Jane Street and if you're not carefull you'll easily miss the entrance or cause an accident. Please, miss the entrance and double back - it's safer! You'll want to be looking for the tall tower that's part of the property - let it be your guide.
There's a good size parking lot, with plenty of parking on either side of the driveway atop a mowed lawn. Also, two port-a-potties are there, although i'm not sure if they're a permanent fixture or not - sorry, forgot to ask.
Layout - call it a tri-loop stacked system. There's a beginner, intermediate and advanced loop. Each loop is accessed halfway through the easier loop, so - you need to ride halfway through the beginner to get to the intermediate, then ride halfway through the intermediate to get to the advnaced. To get out you need to do the opposite. As Jason pointed out - you can ride each loop in either direction - not that you couldn't anyways, but they're cut in a way that's it's fun both ways.
As mentioned - it's SHORT! Beginner is 1 km total, part mowed lawn and part cut trail. FRESH cut trail, so right now it's loose, almost sandy, but it'll improve with useage (get out there!). Very flat, no climbs.
The intermediate loop is 2 km total, all cut trail weaving through trees and such. Again, fresh cut trail, BUT it's more packed than the beginner loop. No real climbs worth mentioning. There's some trail debris that needs maintaining, but this will be taken care of with time and useage. Good flow to be found here.
The advanced loop is 2 km total. Same type of terrain as the intermediate, but with some climbing. Better flow then the intermediate, with a few REAL berms (like 2 feet tall - damn they are F-U-N!), not that sissy Albion Gnarly Berms stuff. More trail debris than the intermediate and parts of this section could do with some smoothing out (small ups and downs that totally kill momentum and flow), but still fun nonetheless.
Again, I can't stress this enough - it's SHORT! Don't go there expecting anything like Albion or Kelso or Kolapore ..... you WILL be sorely disappointed. Now, if you wanna go there and run 3 or 4 loops to make it 15 or 20 km of fun and flowy riding then you'll be okay. (actually, I could go there and run the advanced all day just to hit those berms ..... **** they're fun. It's strange to have the bike sideways and looking UP to see where you need to go!)
The food was really good, too. Those sausages were yummy! Ummm, the cooks were, too. Great atmosphere, a decent turn out (60 - 70 riders?) and a fun time to be had.
Okay, that's all I can blab. I'll wait untill it's a bit more packed to take any pics for y'all to see what it looks like. I'll update then.