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Rudy's Ramble

Easy/Intermediate
 3.7 (7)

A flat, flowy rip through pine and palm forest.


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Map Key

6.7

Miles

10.8

KM

Singletrack

81' 25 m

High

32' 10 m

Low

269' 82 m

Up

293' 89 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Family Friendly No significant obstacles, climbs, or descents.

Description

Start at parking lot #10, and follow the markers from 0 to 25. This trail is well marked with blue/silver arrows at every intersection. There are no climbs/descents to speak of, but fun can be had by keeping your speed up and trying to hold the endless turns. At marker 9 there is an easy/hard option. The easy path takes a doubletrack to marker 12, while the hard option continues to markers 10 and 11.

This is not a hard trail by any means, bit it is a big more twisty and bumpy than the others in the area. The trail ends at a powerline/access road junction, where you can continue on to marker 36 along "Deliverance", retrace your path back on Rudy's Ramble, or take the access road back to marker 1 and the parking lot.

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Toby Link

Trail Ratings

  3.7 from 7 votes

#11915

Overall
  3.7 from 7 votes
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Trail Rankings

#210

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#11,915

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Photos

Fun singletrack.
May 12, 2018 near New Por…, FL
Pine and palm forst in Starkey Wilderness.
Dec 31, 2015 near New Por…, FL
Split the uprights.
Feb 11, 2018 near New Por…, FL
Typical trail marker.
Dec 31, 2015 near New Por…, FL

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Jan 18, 2019
Beth Burns
With C - easy 6.7mi
Feb 13, 2018
Jason B
8mi
Nov 12, 2017
Chad Pink
Backed after market #8 Because the trail was in such poor shape. Reroutes, hog damage, endless tree routes. Trail unrecognizable in some places. 3.2mi
Feb 8, 2017
Marc-Andre Carrier
Nov 23, 2016
Bryan Doehleman