On the evening of November 28 a wild fire struck Green Mountain, and it was quite the site from a distance. In the following 24 hours the park was closed, but on the 30th I checked out the damages. Trails don't burn, right? So, it was easy rolling down and up these paths. I turned it into a three episode tour, tackling the extensive network in three days during the warmest times of the day, which is around noon. This is supposed to be winter after all, so the sun only hangs out for a little while before 4p, while not warming the earth significantly until 10-11 a.m. This descent pictured above was wild for sure, although relatively short, but there was plenty of ascending to make up for it.