Yankee Springs Recreation Area Professional Review and Guide
"Bopping in and out of trees and rolling along a picturesque ridgeline, this fun and fast mountain bike–only trail cruises among tall red pines and past the Devil’s Soup Bowl, a sunken area surrounded by thick trees. The most strenuous climbs come in the middle section, as the trail rolls above a ravine on a narrow ridge.
The popular, buffed trail is marked with numbered posts and arrows, making it virtually impossible to get lost. Riders, however, will find plenty of other challenges, including log jumps and rutted ascents and descents with sandy runouts. Rubber mats in the sandiest sections help riders climb particularly steep hills. Cyclists who want to cut the ride short have several options. Tread: 12.9 miles of singletrack, 0.2 mile of dirt road."