Length: 4.5 - 5 K
This is a short (about 5k) loop that follows the fence line around an area
that's used for paintball games and little, if anything else. There are no
major climbs but a couple short, steep pitches. It's almost entirely narrow
single-track, with the rusty chain-link fence on one side and drop-offs of
varying heights into the woods on the other side. The surface is
primarily clay and rock, with debris from the overhanging vegetation and a few
randomly-placed spider webs thrown in, depending on the season. Most of the
trail is narrow and punishing, with very few choices of lines: either you get
it right or you get hurt, or at least embarrassed.
How to get there
Follow the same directions as you would to find Spider
Loop. Instead of turning right at the last traffic light, turn left.
Simply follow the fence, keeping it on your left. Once you have passed
the initial climb (about 1km) exercise extreme caution if this is your first
time through and/or you have no guide! Paintball has many surprises. Also, try
not to lean too far to the right - ride a nice clean line if you can.
Otherwise you may be buying a new helmet sooner than you had expected.
Two Balls Tower
Earns it's name from the Oki Ham Marker - just look and
you'll understand. This is a good, rambling addition to paintball.
You can tack it into paintball to round out your ride. Avoid it after
heavy rains, though, cause it gets pretty nasty with Okinawa's special brand
of sticky mud.
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