Btw. Better to use Google Chrome than Safari. States this in the tutorial but wanted to save you all some wasted time trying to figure it out.
I might have a somewhat interesting perspective, because we just visited the area on a riding vacation. Now admittedly, the weather didn't cooperate, so we didn't get to ride a lot of things I would have liked to ride. In addition, the OP is specific to Mt. Lemmon, but I'll just speak in broader terms about the region:You are correct. Mtb's were not even on the FS's radar until recently and not one of the trails was built with Mtb's in mind. That's what makes them so damn fun. But that fun comes with a ton of maintenance. I have personally commented on the need for purpose built trails that suit all levels of riding. The more comments we leave, the harder we are to ignore. Comments, even from out of town are just as useful.
I wish I would have spent more time up high on Mt. Lemmon. We rode Prison Camp down, and I have no idea why we didn't go on up to Bug Springs that day, other than we hadn't really planned on Lemmon that day and when we got there we had no data and it was getting late in the day, and I was having a hard time figuring out where we wanted to start. I had Bug as a bigger ride in my head than it would have been. Then the weather got bad and conflicts happened with how we were going to spend our time for the remainder of the trip, and we never got back there. I'd want to hit Incinerator and all the gnarlier stuff up top. DH/chunky/tech/fast is the type of riding my son likes (as well as jumping). He wanted to put his enduro bike through its paces (which is why we went looking for Scorpion, because a bike shop guy told us some local enduro race kids trained there a lot).Were you the guy that got the warm Tucson welcome from MIchigan's Fastest Enduro racer? LOL Yeah, you gotta be careful about online suggestions sometimes. I mean, if sessioning four jumps all day is your thing, then Scorpion is ok but man is it a lot of work to ride. Especially if you don't know how to find it. We are seriously lacking in the bike park/jump progression dept. Adding a comment or even just going on and agreeing with the comments would be helpful. Curious as to what you didn't ride that you wanted to and also what type of riding you were seeking?
Awesome. Thanks!Done. (Although I think they wanted me to choose a location on the map for my comment, but I just put in my address)