Page Hill is a challenging place to ride. True beginners should probably check out Franklin Falls just down the road but Intermediate and Advanced riders looking for a challenge will love Page Hill for its mix of flow, elevation gain and technical features. The height of land is in the northwest corner of the property and the fall line trends southeast across the property. If you are heading either north or west you are probably climbing, south or east and you are probably descending. Most trails at Page Hill ride great in both directions. You can mix and match depending on whether you are looking for technical descents or ascents. The exception to that rule would be Magikal Mystery Tour (or MMT) with some of the steep ravines and hairpin turns that trail rides best in the clockwise direction. Bear Claw, Hard Hat, Hydra, and Spring Trail all have great flow. The terrain at Page Hill is somewhat challenging to work with. Many of the trails have long bench cuts when we needed to go across the fall line to cut the slope. You will find well built bridges here and there to span drainages. For those looking for a true challenge, a â€˜real mountain bikerâ€™s trailâ€™ look no further than The Dude Abides. This trail takes you over the high point of the property and will require you to use all of your line picking skills to their fullest. Technical ridge riding, rock garden puzzles, an excellent full body workout.