Echols Dorm: Brick Wall By Side Door
Panorama Farms is a local trail riding gem. Its only 10 miles northwest of town, offers an incredible network of technical single track, and is rarely crowded. I’ve been out there a couple of times but haven’t done all of the trails yet (there are quite a few!). My goal is to hit all of the trails, making this an intermediate-advanced trail riding trip. Please do not sign up unless you have prior trail riding experience and are in decent shape. The terrain that I’ve been on there is pretty easy (easier than Walnut Creek and much easier than O-hill). Please only sign up if you are sure you are going. I have to pick up trail day passes ahead of time.
Here’s what Panorama Farms says about their trails:
“Mostly wooded, tight, twisty and rolling single-track with an ample amount of roots, logs and rocks! A couple creek crossings and blazing open sections that run through the spectator area – this is true cross-country, grass roots mountain bike racing! ”
For more info check out: http://www.panoramatrails.com
The Club provides 5 awesome Gary Fisher front suspension mountain bikes, helmets, water bottles.
You should bring: Bike & helmet if you have one, athletic wear, water, snacks, $8 for a trail pass