Galbraith Mountain is privately owned but trails are created and maintained by WMBC. Galbraith is open to non-motorized users except for hunting and fishing. The area is an ongoing site for logging operations so visitors should be on the lookout for temporary trail closures. Trails are multi-use; expect traffic in both directions and yield to hikers and equestrian users.
Mullet really embraces the business-up-front, party-in-back ethos. The start of the trail is cross country in nature and requires steady pedaling to maintain any semblance of speed. As time passes however, optional features begin to work their way into the path; a roller here, a log feature there, even a gap or two. Mullet then starts to get warmed up and kicks things into gear at the first of two road crossings. From there, the size of the jumps continues to increase.
By the clearing the jumps are pretty sizable and promise some good air time for the bold. After this, Mullet is pretty much all partied out, but it does have one last surprise in the shape of a long and slippery wood bridge before exiting to RD 2000 above Cheech & Chong's Wild Ride
Ride-arounds are present, but if something doesn't look rollable it generally isn't. That being said Mullet will probably deliver the greatest fun for intermediate to expert riders.
Shared By: Eric Ashley