Timberlake East Loop
ElevationAscent: 331' 101 m
Descent: -331' -101 m
High: 81' 25 m
Low: 11' 4 m
GradeAvg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 8% (5°)
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8.3 mi 13.3 km • Point to Point • 355 ft Ascent 108.1 m Ascent
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“A fast ride through a northwest Florida, sandy, long-leaf pine forest with carpets of deer moss.”— Shawn Stangeland
The trail surfaces can go from hard pack to reasonably grippy pine needles to extremely slippery oak leaves and occasional pockets of deep sand. Due to these changing surfaces, be ready to change your speed and stance. Additional care must be taken in the corners or small turkey oaks and pine trees will reach out and grab you. There are many trails to explore in this area, but be sure to bring cold water because of the dry, hot summer temps.
A pass includes access to most of Eglin property, as well as fishing. Check daily access maps to make sure the area is open to the public, because the military occasionally conducts training in the area. Daily map info can be found at jg.eglinforcesupport.com/.
You're unlikely to get lost no matter what turn you choose at the various "Y" and "T" intersections, but I recommend following the most well-used path, thus making it is possible to actually complete a ten-plus mile loop.
For this ride, stay to the right at the beginning and follow the red markings on the trees for the Carbo loop. After 3-4 miles of twists and turns through the slalom course of small oaks and pine, you'll come to a Carbo exit sign which will take you over to the very fast and somewhat straight Race Trail, which in turn connects to Pine Dogs.
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