The half dozen main trails are well marked, but there are dozens of offshoots that aren't on any map. If you plan to explore, take extra water. The dry desert air can quickly leave you feeling dehydrated.
For the most part the trails are easy and we saw a lot of people on rental bikes. Over half the trails are multi-use, and a ranger told us that conflicts are becoming a problem, especially during the season. But towards the lower end the trails get more technical and steeper, and thus more fun. Right?
I wouldn't consider this trail system a destination, but it is midway between east coast and west coast trails, so it would make a good rest break from driving.
Elevation gain > 1000'
|Now that is a serious size rock.|
|Bob sets up for a difficult downhill switchback.|
|Wolf climbs a very narrow ridge.|
|Wes working on a smooth landing.|
|Marty crusing the rocks.|