Meadow Trail is an old road that begins just across Foothill Rd from Upper Tusk and heads down toward the north. About ¼ mile down, you will see where the old North Contour T'ed with Meadow Trail on your left. Continue downhill and descend over several fun jumps.
About 1/2 way down, there's a fantastic log ride (equally good in both directions) and a berm to a little jump off the corner. This is followed by another berm offthe other side, then to pure bliss. There's a rainbow bridge, followed by a teeter-totter that drops onto a square log ride. After all that, you get another rainbow bridge and you're back on Meadow Trail. Thanks goes out to Jeremy Pinto, Rhonda Pinto, and Troy Hensiek for constructing the coolest sequence of TTF's we've had on the Mountain (TTF->Technical Trail Features). Definitely go out and play on these!!
After playing on the TTFs, continue down to Homestead Meadow. If you look carefully, you can still see the old cabin logs on the left. Follow the trail straight across Homestead Meadow, bearing slightly right to reach Cave Trail or to continue even further down the hill to Sand Blvd. If you go left at the bottom of the meadow you will find Cabin Hollow trail to take you over to Queen Mary's Revenge and Swoosh Rd.
This trail is located on private land and was built by MAMBA with the consent of private landowners for the enjoyment of ALL non-motorized traffic. Please be considerate of the landowners and users of the trail by treading lightly. More on Trail Etiquette...