Mullinax Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Transylvania County, North Carolina. It is 1.3 miles long and begins at 2,512 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 710 feet.
Mullinax Trail Professional Review and Guide
"Do you love to jump your bike and sail through the air off smooth, rounded water bars? Do you cherish those fleeting airborne moments when gravity no longer pins you to the earth? If you answered Yes! then you absolutely, positively must ride Mullinax. In 6 miles you’ll hit more than 100 smooth-lipped, knee-high water bars, most of which provide excellent opportunities for some supreme air. Of course, those riders more fond of gravity’s embrace can simply roll over them for the finest roller-coaster action this side of Six Flags. But don’t think this is some kiddy ride because the upper section of Mullinax is a mine field of tech 4 and 4.5 root drops and erosion gullies that can chew up even the most experienced rider. In the midst of a scorching Carolina summer, the best part of the ride may just be zooming into the South Mills River at the end of the ride. Tread: 3.7 miles of singletrack; 2.3 miles of doubletrack."
--Timm Muth, Mountain Biking North Carolina (Falcon Guides).
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