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West Delray Trail

 4.5 (22)

4.7 Miles 7.5 Kilometers


68' 21 m


-67' -20 m



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36' 11 m


18' 5 m


Shared By Stu Siegel


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One of the best MTB trails in South Florida.

Stu Siegel

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Family Friendly As with all Florida trails, it's very flat, but takes advantage of every hill and elevation change. More hills are being added in the center sand section of the trail.


This is one of the best trails I've found in South Florida. It is well-maintained by volunteers through the local biking club, FORCE in conjunction with the park.

While trails in Florida are flat, a good job has been done to add many technical elements - turns, rocks, mounds, and tree roots/branches all make this trail more fun. Also, it is really a pretty ride through canopied tropics, lakes, and swamp land.

There is lots of small wildlife - squirrels, birds, and butterflies, and lots of bugs as well, so wear repellent.


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Mar 18, 2018
Ramon Sanchez
Mar 11, 2018
Michael Mueger
First ride ever - can’t wait to do it again 3mi
Mar 2, 2018
Brendha Rodrigues
Half trail - Hot day 3.1mi
Feb 23, 2018
Chris Meyer
Challenging features. Watch for gators
Jan 20, 2018
Bill Missig
Dec 31, 2017
Books andBikes
Very hard for beginners! 4.7mi
Dec 26, 2017
Brian P
1h 30m
Dec 16, 2017
Bill Missig

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  4.5 from 21 votes


  4.5 from 21 votes
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West Delray is where I ride every Monday, I like to start the trail backwards in the beginning to add on some extra time. this trail has seen some major improvements in the past six months. Dec 3, 2016
I like this trail better than others in south florida. Thanks to the people who removed the fallen trees after the hurricane. A lot of the trail is under trees so you can enjoy the ride it even in the hot summer. Not sure why so few ride it. The trail does have a lot of roots across the trail that may turn off some that do not want to get out of the saddle. Oct 8, 2017
This is one of a kind, a gem in the making, rare, nevertheless is a technical trail not straight path like others that will bore you to death, I have been riding as a newbie for less than a year in this park, and I have to say this technical trail has shown me how to ride the right way I'm already passing intermediate and ridding on black diamond and boy it's more fun than you think, I'm 58 and I'm riding with better understanding of this trail that is helping me gain skills of MTB, such as tabletops, hills, drops, beam, bunny hops, rocks, roots man you name them, done it and still this trail is addictive, the more you learn the more you come back, plus this has been addit nurserys which you can stop and practice rolling over logs and beams which is good to learn for when your is the woods. My take this is a 5 star park I have sine parks Like marham and I still give this park better review than marham. Jan 28, 2018

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