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South Loop - Hanna Park

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4.3 Miles 6.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

7' 2 m

Ascent

-7' -2 m

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11' 3 m

High

7' 2 m

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Shared By Leslie Kehmeier

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All Clear 81 days ago
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Whoop it up with lots of speedy singletrack on South Loop.

Leslie Kehmeier

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Trail direction changes daily, check signs for details.

Description

Like E-Line - Hanna Park, the South Loop is a fast flowing blue trail. The route covers a good amount of Hanna Park. In addition to speedy swooping turns, the loop includes several steep ups and downs, a good challenge for keeping your momentum.

With a few log crossings for good measure, South Loop is a great all-around intermediate trail.

South Loop has several intersections and can be combined with Z Trail - Hanna Park and Lil Joe for different loop combinations.

Contacts

Local Club: SORBA - Jax

Land Manager: JaxParks

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Jan 2, 2019
Claudia Penaloza
Nov 29, 2018
Jamie Johnson
4.3mi
Nov 4, 2018
Cameron Schaeffer
Super fast and flowy trail with the occasional climb or rooty descent! Features a few bridges and an advanced section dubbed “Raspberry Court”. 4.3mi
Nov 2, 2018
Randy Taylor
Jul 25, 2018
Adam Taylor
First time in over a year.
Jun 15, 2018
Mark Buckner Jr.
Mar 18, 2018
Chris Wright
Did first lap CC without stopping. 4.3mi
Mar 17, 2018
William Colon

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  3.6 from 11 votes

#4

in Jacksonville

#6848

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in Jacksonville

#118

in Florida

#6,848

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