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green WKC Trail - Tillie Fowler Regional Park

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1.5 mile 2.4 kilometer out and back


Ascent: 10' 3 m
Descent: -10' -3 m
High: 16' 5 m
Low: 10' 3 m


Avg Grade: 0% (0°)
Max Grade: 1% (1°)


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This beginner-friendly loop runs along the perimeter of the off-road bike trails.

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This is primarily a biking trail but is open to foot traffic as well.


There are two entrances to WKC Trail, one along the entrance road and another just West of the stop sign at the North end of the trail. This two way trail has sections that are fast flowing with little elevation change as the trail crosses just a few small ridge lines. The surface is hard packed with some roots and there is a few optional log crossings along this trail as well.

WKC trail has two other trails inside of it. One is the intermediate Nipsy Daiser, and the other is Hoosker Doo, which is advanced.

Check out history behind the land this trail was built on: here.


Local Club: SORBA - Jax

Land Manager: JaxParks

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May 13, 2019
Kenny Cox
Sep 1, 2018
Matt Murphy
6.8mi — 0h 58m
Mar 9, 2018
Jeff P
Sep 3, 2017
Greg Collette
Jul 15, 2017
Christian Carr
May 27, 2017
Anthony Biello
May 10, 2017
Victor Barrera
May 1, 2017
Ryan Marcyes
Super hot and humid during the ride!! 9mi

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Jim Huff   Jacksonville, FL
WTC trail is the one to access hoosker (the one with ramps) but isn't very challenging itself. For someone with any mountain bike experience it is purely beginner, but can still be fun for a well weathered rider as well. I'm in terrible shape and managed to hold a 9mph average speed through the entire WTC, Hoosker Doo, and Nipsy Daiser loop area for multiple laps. Each lap I felt like I was going a different way as WTC isn't very well marked for the first half but once you cross Norman Street the second time (I only remember crossing it once though), the trail is easy to follow. I never had to turn around because I rode off the trail but I'm pretty sure I rode on off-shoots that weren't the designated trail a couple times. I'd give it a difficulty of 2/10 for people with real mountain bike experience, yet still was fun and I will ride again. Hoosker might be a 3/10 and Nipsy Daiser a 2/10 as well. Oct 11, 2018
The best part of the WTC are the offshoots. These are as yet unnamed trails, but include a several big jumps and an entire jump-line. It's tricky to find everything at first, but a lot of good potential to grab air. Apr 24, 2019

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