I call this ST, rode down today on my 2013 WR250 Husky, GoatHead Entry Trail, because it has an entry point off another actual road that has a hill on it that I see goats on from time to time so I named this location GoatHill. Not too long a ride but has several different changes in the altitude & terrain along the way. It's sort of a top2bottom ride as it mostly runs straight over the peak of a spur that feeds off a much larger ridge line. -- The view below shows the lay of the land pretty much and riding on Cebu on the central part of the island where I reside. This ride, the blue line, went from rightToLeft, lower to higher elevation. Road access or not, people live all over those mountains and valleys. (Clueless on the green line google provided above) Here's a little different view of access to this entry point(green dot). You can see where in the lower right corner where I split off from the main road that I rejoin at the red-dot at the end of this ST. I'm just flanking it from higher ground really. The info in the upper right shows a wind speed of 22MPH. This ride happened as there was a super typhon, Bising, way off-shore + north of Cebu in the Pacific creating these higher-than-usual wind speeds. Knowing that Bising was N\NE of my present location and seeing that wind indicating-arrow pointing ~roughly in that direction, we must be getting some wrap-around wind effects from this storm. Here's a few elevation stats from a Garmin device I have for GPS tracking. About the only thing that makes sense, other than the distance, is the green bar that shows the elevation climbing steadily till a peak is reached and go downward to the main road crossing this area. With all the stopping and starting, pace/speed numbers are way-off.