I rode what is being called the Applecross Mountain trail network earlier this week. It reminded me of a backcountry bike park with short returns to enable sessioning a feature and progressing one's skills. Bison Chute is a legit downhill trail with a surprisingly diverse suite of features packed into a short descent. This lower system will be an awesome complement to the upper phase II currently being built.
Radio Flyer has a really fun table jump (more of a tabletop that a double). There's a drop that feeds into it that acts as a filter. If you don't send the drop and stay off the brakes you won't hit the landing.
Lunar Ride is fast and flowy with a berm sequence and rollers for some fun air time.
Raisingarizona on a B-Line rock roller on the Bison Escape Trail. This traversing technical trail contours along a small cliff band on a very steep slope.
Bison Chute starts off with some cliff side riding and views before things get spicy.
There's two skinny's that lead-in to the steep descent on Bison Chute.
Two steep rock roll downs start the DH fun on Bison Chute and then things get rowdy. Gotta stay off the brakes and build some speed dropping down the roll down which then feeds into a berm followed by a large committing rock drop.
Thanks for the tour raisingarizona! I'll be back!