|Pinnacle is not too photogenic. It's tough to capture the essence of this trail but regardless of it's appearance, it's interesting and challenging
none the less. It snakes up the mountain though heavy underbrush and many hidden rocks and off camber situations where it finally reaches the summit, or Pinnacle in this case.
As we reached the top I hear someone ask if I had my chainsaw. Of course not. That's usually when you need it. When you don't have
it. Someone had a hand saw so Mike and Carl hacked up the fallen tree and we continued down to the next obstacle "Log Flume".
Log Flume is another challenge. Steep and long with loose rocks and boulders. On top of it all, it was raining making it slick. We
watched a few of the first vehicles creep down and make the hard right about half way down while large rocks tumbled under the axles. As you depart the Log Flume, you take a nice
10 foot drop out onto a main trail. If you've ever tried to take a photo of a long steep decent from the top, you've noticed it never comes out right. The perspective of the
camera makes it look as though you are on flat ground. So for that reason, there ain't no pictures of Log Flume. Take my word though, it's a challenge.