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At a Glance
Sometimes you just want to take it easy.
Youíre not into tight, blind, decreasing radius hairpins. You
donít want to deal with patched and bumpy asphalt. All you want
to do is pour it on through smooth, carefree, perfectly
engineered sweepers. If thatís your mood, this is your DH. Wide
and pristinely paved, this gently sweeping lark effortlessly
wings its way over two summits before dropping to the Pacific.
The Willow Creek end is the best, with a high concentration of
moderate, often-linked sweepers and lots of passing lanes
climbing up to the Berry Summit. The wide, natural scenes over
the Six Rivers National Forest culminate in a spectacular vista
as you come over the top. The much straighter and
solid-yellow-limited descent isnít as enthralling. But you soon
get another curving, passing-laned climb up to the Lord-Ellis
Summit. The final descent is a high-speed, straight and
long-sweeper coast to the coast. Now that was easy, wasnít it?