The Navajo Point Loop receives an advanced rating because you ascend 600 vertical feet on a dirt road, over the course of one mile. The remaining portion of the trail is intermediate. Offering one of the most scenic overlooks in the area, the climb is worth it. Following the signs from the Bear Flat Campground up the dirt road, you will need to watch for signs marking the single track trail that loops behind Navajo Mountain. After looping the mountaintop, you will head north toward the Navajo Chair 4 area, where the trail thunders downhill to meet up with the Town Trail. Heading south will take you back to the Mountain Bike Park.