Found it by mistake because I was trying to shorten my route and almost paid for it.
With mean switchbacks, no guard rails, no shoulders, no divider on the road, sometimes the oncoming four wheeler will take your side of the road as well.
But I conquered it and that's all that mattered.
- Anonymous (5/30/13)
I am not an cyclist but I found this road by mistake... At night!
Drive down flashing the lights around every corner hoping it won't end with a cliff!
No guardrails and it's not a road I recommend at night!
- Anonymous (1/19/13)
Extreme twisties, excellent surface.
Best enjoyed going North, it will be mostly uphill.
- Rider from Owings Mill, MD (9/29/11)
Riding this road makes you wonder how many more of these treasures weave throughout the George Washington National Forest.
Although the road is paved you should expect sand & gravel along the tight chicanes.
But if you like the hidden roads with lots of canopy, then I highly recommend this road.
- Triken (6/30/10)
We have ridden in 36 of 50 States and this is one of the best roads.
Not for the inexperienced rider or faint of heart.
Sharp turns, no guardrails. Way Cool!
- Rider from Leesburg, VA (4/26/09)