The Pilgrim trails (across the road around Dragon loop) are great for beginners and challenging enough to encourage quick skill development. They're fun and fast trails for an easy ride for more advanced riders. Dragon Loop is very challenging - lots of funky little "stunts" here.
Time Trial is a favorite of beginners and advanced riders alike. It is a technical trail perfect for developing skills.
Outer Limits and the trails within it are the longer loops that offer lots of downhill. There are some jumps on Outer Loop (go clockwise to hit these right). Of course, what goes down, must climb back up. It's easy to be dooped into climbing these repeatedly because the downhill is so much fun. Go clockwise on the Outer Limits and Twilight Zone loops to maximize downhill fun and shorten the ride up the hill. With the new trail construction, these "on the hill" trails can be a little difficult to navigate.
At the bottom of the hill are the new "Lower Trails" that are intermediate and advanced trails containing some more technical features and lots of large ascents and descents.
Hairy Toad and Barking Frog are the rocky, curvy, rooty trails. These are very technical. The bridges on these trails are narrow planks - beginners should be prepared to walk if they brave these trails. They are great fun is you're looking for a technical ride.
The trails are very well maintained and constantly evolving. These trails offer a lot of variety for all skill levels and is a great place to develop your bike handling skills. There are even some freeriding opportunities sprinkled in, including dirt jumps, long skinnies, and a pump track.