Barramul is probably the gentlest of La Larr Ba Gauwa's intermediate trails. Once you’ve mastered the green of Wanyarra, consider Barramul your next challenge.
Barramul starts with a gradual, undulating climb through rocky outcrops. On your way, you'll look down and across large pines and oaks in the valley below.
Two huge river red gums mark the halfway point. They offer a peaceful place to take catch your breath.
This is also your only access through to the more difficult trail, Milipa (#9).
The fast and flowy descent features berms, rollers and some of the rock features for which La Larr Ba Gauwa is famous.
Barramul gently climbs from the park shelter and heads deep into the park. Along the way, there are elevated views of the Oak Forest and Picnic Gully campground.
At the halfway point, the trail intersects with a return link from Gart Gart (#7) and then loops back on itself and arrives at the place where Milipa (#9) starts and finishes.
Beyond this point, the trail quickly speeds up, with a succession of rocky roll downs, flowy rollers and berms all the way back to the shelter and trail head. A keen eye will spot plenty of hidden A-lines and sneaky jumps along the way.