Unemployment Line Details
Trail typeMachine Groomed
Bike typeDH, AM
Trail UsageBiking Only
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
TTFs on trailDrop, Jump, Gap Jump, Pump Track
One of Galbraith's premiere trails, Unemployment Line is a machine built intermediate/advanced jump trail.
Large park berms and over forty jumps make this an exhilarating ride. This trail features doubles, booters, and tables showcasing the dedication and passion that went into making Unemployment Line. Like any quintessential flow trail, Unemployment Line is scalable to different rider abilities.
For newer riders it provides a smooth flowy descent with few obstacles - most obstacles are rollable, but a general rule of thumb is if it doesn't look rollable, it probably isn't. The intermediate and advanced rider can push for speed and doubles while tying together sequences of jumps. The bottom third of Unemployment received a major rebuild in early 2015 — adding massive berms, rhythm sections and two gaps. Both gaps are optional, but heads up because they come at you in the turns.
The 'slayer drop' (qualifying feature) at the start of the trail is the only wood feature on Unemployment Line.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Unemployment Line mountain bike trail
Altitude change-381 ft
Altitude min1,112 ft
Altitude max1,493 ft
Altitude start1,493 ft
Altitude end1,112 ft
Distance climb153 ft
Distance down3,596 ft
Distance flat84 ft
Avg reverse time00:44:11
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Unemployment Line Trail Reports
Feb 16, 2018 @ 12:51pmFeb 16, 2018
Feb 10, 2018 @ 11:42amFeb 10, 2018
|Builders out doing some water drainage work, was running great!|
Feb 9, 2018 @ 10:04amFeb 9, 2018
Jan 21, 2018 @ 3:06pmJan 21, 2018
|Tree down after the look out.|
Jan 19, 2018 @ 8:27amJan 19, 2018
|Mostly dry, but a little bit of mud in the bottom 1/4 of the trail.|
Routes with this trail
|Galby 1||11 miles|
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