"After riding a short distance on a smooth dirt road, you’ll turn onto a wonderful singletrack—Flat Frog Trail. (I don’t know if the name refers to the fact that the trail to Frog Lake is flat, or that someone once encountered a flattened frog on the trail, but I suspect the former.) There are just enough technical sections to keep you alert, but each is short and only slightly technical. For the most part, the trail is narrow, hard-packed, and smooth, and passes through a forest of ponderosa pines, live oaks, and large manzanita “trees.” This is followed by a short section of steep uphill, rutted dirt road, and a shorter section of steep, downhill, eroded trail. The pond is best visited before August. Highlights: High-quality singletrack: narrow, mostly smooth and hard-packed, with gentle descents and ascents. Abundant wildlife, wildflowers in spring, large manzanita shrubs, and a pond. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the singletrack."