...."it is covered in crushed gravel for the entire 10 miles out and back on the main road/trail, the Fifield Cahill trail. It is anything but flat, undulating through open grass and through forest, with steep long pitches thrown in. Ironically there is a vault toilet every two miles, as if set for the masses. The descents are long and sometimes sketchy due to the loose surface of the gravel, the climbs are just as long with traction a challenge at times.
Is it special? Not for the quality of the road, or even the splendid views. It’s the fact that you’re there, on terrain trodden by few outsiders, like visiting Vietnam 20 years ago, or going to Cuba now, before American tourism opens up." -Clifford Lee - July 4th 2015 - Cyclocross Magazine