I live here so I figured I'd pass on the info from a local perspective, since the "trail guide" doesn't tell you anything about the real riding. First, Horse Nettle, which is an easy uphill, and is easy to find from the first parking lot. Once at the top of Horse, go right. You then have several choices. First is Sidewinder aka snakeroot which is narrow, windy, and rooty. It starts on a little side road off to the right about 1 mile down from Horse. Just down the road after sidewinder going off to the left is Old Farm, the local favorite, and a must-ride. It's fun, fast, and technical, especially on the uphill. If you started in pandapas you'll have to go down and then back up Farm because it's on the wrong side of the mountain. Alternately, you can do only farm (in Blacksburg, get on Glade, R on Shadow Lake Rd, L on Meadowbrook. Park 1/4 mile later) On the right side of the fire road at the top is Beast aka Jacob's Ladder. If you like 3 ft drops and going really fast this is the trail for you, just watch out because there really are 3 ft drops near the bottom. Further down on your right is Beauty, an awesome trail. Keep your eyes peeled for it about 1.5 miles after Beast and Farm. It's windy and fast, if you do it be ready to launch off the rolling jumps at the bottom after the little uphill. If you want something really steep then check out Slim Jim, which goes off to your right at the fire circle before Sidewinder. There's also Hairball, to get there turn around at the fire circle and go back about 2 or 3 hills, it will then be heading off to your left at the top of a rise. Both are REALLY steep, pretty loose and require a good amount of skill. Be very careful if you decide to do either of them. Check out Gap Mtn. trails too. If you're only making one trip to Bburg I'd recommend an up Sidewinder, down/up Farm, then down Beast or Beauty loop so that you get the most out of your riding. Happy riding!