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The Sh*t

Intermediate/Difficult

Trail

0.2 mile 0.3 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 32' 10 m
Descent: -105' -32 m
High: 1,376' 419 m
Low: 1,271' 387 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 14% (8°)
Max Grade: 21% (12°)

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Trail shared by Eric Ashley

Fall-line trail with a gully crossing and a large jump.

Eric Ashley

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Features -none-

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.

Description

The Sht breaks down into three basic steps.

1. Fall-line inspired ride along the edge of a clearing complete with a large sender (10-15 foot).

2. Steeply plunge into a steep gully before pushing up the other side.

3. Non-descript singletrack that quickly connects with the Boy Scout Trail or The Sh*t Spur.

The Sh*t is a fine trail, but unless you are game for the sender it's probably a means to an end for most riders.

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