I got up at 430am Sat morning and drove an hour and a half away to meet up with Zman13 and KTMDestroyer for a Moonrocks desert trip. From Rocklin we headed for Pyramid Lake and made it by around 1015am. Out on the trails by 1030am. It was previously mentioned to me that all the lower trails are wooped out to hell. That is no joke! Deep sections of woops that go for hundreds of yards with no break. With that being determined, we headed for higher ground to find the nice ST. The first big hill climb gave me some trouble and had to make a few attemps at it. Finally gave up and went around on a alt. trail. Get to the top and the great ST comes to play. Nice soil, great weather, and some really cool and technical challenges. So, we played around on the top of the Northern mountain and finally reached some snow. KTMDestroyer goes down a 400 ft. section of trail or should I say slides down, only to realize that there is a lot of snow and we are on goat trails by this point. So he tries to climb back up the trail and does not make it. Then he tries to side hill the bike over to us and he's about 150 below the trail. Needless to say there was a lot of pushing a pulling to get him back on the trail. From there we turned around and headed back down to the truck for some lunch and a breather. On our way back to the truck we found this really awesome narrow wash track with big banking berms for corners that was about a mile or two long. Super fun to just float back a forth like that with no worry of traction. After lunch, we headed to the West mountain and explored a bunch of good ST on the higher peaks, found a couple of trippy little smoke spots, some more burmed out wash riding, and found some crazy stairstep trail. After doing 50 miles ( half of it wooped out trails to get to the good ones ) we decided to call it a day because we all had noodle legs. All in all it was a really fun day and a descent place to ride when all the goods are covered in snow. The drive was a little long and I don't think I would go there but maybe once a year! It really makes you appreciate the beauty of our Northern California SSS! Here are some pics and videos to check out.