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.
Together Goldilocks and the Goldilocks South Leg
form an irregular triangle loop that is most easily ridden clockwise, though it can be ridden in reverse as well. The entrance can be found off of RD 2600 directly across from the Cabin
Goldilocks starts as quite the picturesque trail inviting riders gently downhill amid a blanket of ferns. The idyllic surroundings are dotted by the occasional stump decorated with small stones (the handiwork of previous visitors).
The ferns give way into a clear-cut section. On the other side of the clear-cut, the trail makes a turn to the right and begins a steeper section of trail. The obstacles also become more frequent including two small root drops and a small, slippery ladder.
This narrow wandering singletrack continues all the way down to RD 2000 where the the Goldilocks South Leg