A rock slab-filled black diamond descent.

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57

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57

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4

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Severe

Description

Dragon Scales is a fresh black diamond descent in the Medieval Zone (as of this writing in fall 2021) that gets its name from the slabs of rock used to line the track.

These slabs of rock line the track almost entirely from top-to-bottom, making for a rough-and-tumble advanced-level rip down the mountain. It's not all just chundery gnar, though.

Expertly-laid rock slabs create hucks and launches, allowing advanced riders to take to the air, gapping over some of the brutal gnar of endless rock slabs.

Most of the hucks lead to good landings, but keep your eyes peeled and scout the features in advance: you might be launching to a rough rock garden! To get to the top of this trail, a well-built climbing trail has been added next to the road, which switchbacks continuously as it slowly ascends through the grassy meadow.

This mellow climb makes it super easy to pedal lap after lap on this fantastic new mountain bike playground!