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Level: Intermediate
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +475/ -491 ft
Total: 83 riders

Mountain Biking Mumbo Jumbo

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#53 of 398 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#1,328 in the world

Flowing single track with moderate climbs. Connects the main parking lot and Voodoo. Trail direction changes daily. Check signs at trail head.

First added by Thom Cerny on Jan 5, 2015. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Atlanta, head north on I-75 and get off at exit 267B toward Marietta. Make a right on Cobb Parkway/Ga 3 and head north for approximately 9.5 miles. Make a left on Mars Hill Rd. Continue 1.5 miles until you make a right on County Line Rd/Old Stilesboro Rd. After about 0.2 miles, turn right into the parking area off of Old Stilesboro Road. This parking area is the most central to all trails in this system.
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  • Heath Kennedy

    First time riding in 20+ years, took my 14yr old daughter out. We had a blast, intermediate level is spot on. Definitely gonna make this a regular thing!

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  • pkrohnert

    What a fun trail! I definitely loved it.
    I'd rate it beginner/intermediate, based on both technical difficulty and climbs, which was perfect for me. Great banked corners and lots of fun.

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  • KenVDZ

    It's listed as 'Intermediate' but I would say it's fairly easy. Nice flow and well maintained. Good warm-up loop.

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  • belzey

    Awesome flowy singletrack. Berms and tables throughout the trail. Probably the best example of new school flow trail in the state. Its a blast.

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  • kenwrightjr

    Nice, challenging course.

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  • mableflower

    Great trail with lots of berms and rollers.

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  • amercycprod

    Good intermediate trail for "experienced" beginner and up. Counter clockwise starts with fairly steep climb. Clockwise climb is longer, but not as steep. Includes some fast sections and the advanced Voodoo and Hocus Pocus trails extend off Mumbo Jumbo. One of the shorter trails at Allatoona, but worth riding!

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  • Rebus   ✓ supporter

    Easy trail with good flow. Nice warm up trail before you do Voodoo or others at 'Toona.

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  • ridingRandy

    Mumbo Jumbo is a fun ride. If you ride Saturday the counter-clockwise direction gives you a short, steep climb with a cut back or two immediately into the ride. Nothing overly technical. Couple of man-made obstacles and a few log piles to traverse but not hard.

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  • endobiker

    This is a great trail for balance challenges with clusters of log piles, boulders, balance beams and tree bridges winding through the some tight wooded areas.

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  • tom mayer

    Did this after rusty bucket & masons loop to get some more riding in. Was fun & good. Will try it 1st next time on my way to voodoo.

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  • spc7669

    I'm a beginner and enjoyed this trail. It's pretty short, but there are plenty of other trails to ride here.

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  • TheFuzz1290

    A nice quick trail with a few decent climbs. I used Mumbo Jumbo as a "warm up" ride since it was 2 miles, but if ridden a couple times, you could get a pretty good workout. Since its new, it'll be interesting to see how it will ride in a few months. SORBA West GA did a great job with this trail!

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  • wizum

    Like last review says this trail is new and needs some riding on it to break it in. It is going to be a fun flowing type of trail but not sure I'd call it a beginner trail? There are a couple of climbs that I would say might push a beginner a little, but not too technical though. Trail is what gets you to Voodoo (which was a fun trail with obsticle features) a nice addition to the Allatoona Creek trails.

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  • coot271

    The Mumbo is still relatively new. Trails are still soft, so climbing was a little more of a chore (and haven't ridden in two months). Should be a good track once it firms up a bit. Good flow.

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