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0.9 mile 1.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Descent: -3' -1 m
High: 6' 2 m
Low: 5' 2 m

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Pine plantation trail on the West side of Nocatee Preserve that runs parallel to the East Side.

Jonathan Powell

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This trail takes you from the South end of the Preserve back to the doubletrack entrance road at the North end and can be ridden last when combing the 3 trail segments.

The terrain is a combination of singletrack and an old service road. The trail cuts off the old road and into the pine plantation periodically to avoid persistently wet sections on the service road. Turfstone pavers and elevated boardwalks have been employed in sections to armor this trail.

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Apr 30, 2018
Matt Tittle
Jan 21, 2017
Jay DaPuppy
Dec 18, 2015
Alvin Mullen
too wide, east and south are much better, good for newbies.
Dec 11, 2015
Alvin Mullen
Map shows east, south, and west. total of about 3 miles. did 6 miles and did not hit all the trails??? can someone correct the map?

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