Yes, Wafflers get to enjoy the lovely vistas of the lonely Sutherland Damberg (albeit it in the opposite direction),which bumps and grinds and descends for another three miles, bottoming out at the start of the Zwartenberg climb in the other direction. Caution: YOU MUST RIDE SLOW DOWN THIS SECTION. This place is both scary and exhilarating and is followed by a nice dirt climb back up the Zwartenberg and down toward Ramona and another feed zone.
Sutherland Damberg takes you along the fringes of a beautiful open preserve shared with Palomar Mountain, rising up along Santa Ysabel Creek. Rugged, to say the least, this sector again tests the tire and braking choices of riders of all stripes during this unique torturefest.