well there are 2 sides to Yudicky, start at the parking lot, head towards the gate, past the gate on your right is a bridge that is the start of the red trail, this is typical NE singletrack nice and suitable for most ride abilities. The red trail takes you into the development trail that is behind the Tanglewood housing development, a little bonier than the beginning but still fun. you pop out into a field, go right to sidewalk, then left to kiosk, into sandy field, stay right , first right then on left is the begining of barbed wire trail. Tight , twisty, several logs and bridges big fun, tough for novices but doable follow the severed fingers nailed to trees and you will eventually come out to the fields, follow the dirt road left, right at intersection, then stay left at all other intersections. eventually there will be the yellow trail on left which takes you back to the red trail, stay right to head back to the first bride or go straight to go to the Lovewell pond side 4.5 miles
Part twothere several routes to get there but I will continue from my last review of development trailsfollow yellow trail through the dead forrest (its an old dirt bike trail but stay high on the berms and its pretty fun) You'll pop out on 111a, cross over and take the trail to the left of the abandoned road(old ridge rd), nice log skinny, youll come out on old ridge rd., go right and then left, long slog hill, when you get to top there is a fork and a mapleft brings you down to twisted sister, pretty tough trail, lots of switchbacks and a few surprises. stay left and its a loop. back out and back to fork, now go down into the fireball/ spaghetti bowl . first thing you see is a big rock with a ramp and a half, then a switchback up a hill to a big ramp. next is a giant teeter, left at fork to small jump, then elevated tree ladder, go right up the hill and stay on main trail to green intersection with fireball sign. this is tough rocky rooty, twisty NE at its best eventually youll see the star trail on right, probably the toughest trail in here, but alot of fun come out to a bigger jump and then start heading back out 5 miles-+
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