Mohawk -> Mullet

The biggest and baddest jumps on Galbraith!

Mountain Biking Severe

Distance
12 km
Ascent
350 m
Descent
350 m
Low Point
221 m
High Point
536 m
Gradient
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Mohawk -> Mullet Map

Description

Galbraith Mountain gained its international fame thanks to its iconic jump trails, such as Unemployment Line. But what happens when you’ve mastered Unemployment Line and are looking for a tougher challenge?

Well, that’s what WMBC built Mohawk for. Mohawk now offers the largest jumps on Galbraith Mountain. It’s clear that the builders employed the latest flow trail construction techniques when building Mohawk. You’ll find perfectly-manicured tabletops, hips, step-ups, step-downs, and massive berms to keep the flow going. While anybody can roll down through Mohawk, it takes advanced-level skills to clear these massive jumps. If your skills surpass the advanced level, even more aggressive lines open up, such as doubling up rollers, or stepping down to transitions far, far below.

Next, the route mapped here drops into the Mullet trail. The jumps and the flow continue, but the trail building is decidedly much more old school on Mullet, with more natural booters and narrow sniper step-downs dominating the track.

Further down the mountain, wooden bridges, wall rides, and rock features add welcome diversity to this top-to-bottom run. How many places can you rip down a mountain and get so many different types of riding all at once?! From the latest jump lines to old school senders, and finally wood and tech… it’s all here. And you have to ride it.

Difficulty

Severe

Widely variable, narrow trail tread with steeper grades and unavoidable obstacles of 15in/38cm tall or less. Obstacles may include unavoidable bridges 24in/61cm wide or less, large rocks, gravel, difficult root sections, and more. Ideal for advanced-level riders.

High Exposure

3 out of 4

Some trail sections have exposed ledges or steep ascents/descents where falling could cause serious injury.

Remoteness

2 out of 4

Away from help but easily accessed.

Best time to visit

March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November

Features

  • Flow
  • Singletrack
  • In the forest
  • Drops
  • Jumps
  • Roots
  • Gap Jumps
  • Tabletops
  • Rock Gardens
  • Wooden Feature

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