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Mitch'd Up

 3.5 (13)

1.7 Miles 2.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

67' 20 m

Ascent

-66' -20 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

4%

Max Grade (2°)

78' 24 m

High

45' 14 m

Low

Shared By Jason Lampitt

Conditions


All Clear 57 days ago
Mostly Dry - Good to go History

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Opened in the Fall of 2016, Mitch'd Up brings all new terrain and riding experience to Markham Woods.

Jason Lampitt

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Family Friendly While marked as a solid intermediate trail, families can enjoy a slower pace and take in remote views of this urban wilderness area.

Description

Opened in December of 2016, Mitch'd Up brings all new terrain and riding experience to Markham Woods. This addition to the stacked loop system at Markham threads the rider through stands of native pine and other Central Florida deciduous tree species - as well as some of the largest oaks on the property. Slaloming through the high ground of the area's sandhill formation, this trail is destined to become a favorite!

And what about that name? This trail is dedicated to the area's Trail Boss, Mitch Greenberg, in recognition of his continuing vision for the area.

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Check-Ins

Aug 14, 2018
Michele Trevisani
Good conditions
Jul 30, 2018
John Austin
1.7mi
Jan 29, 2018
Brian Raines
https://youtu.be/cpcgbsOTx4g
Dec 31, 2017
Steve Scivally
Ran it with Fleet Feet 5mi
Mar 11, 2017
Omar Metwally
Feb 25, 2017
Rusty Westmoreland

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Trail Ratings

  3.5 from 13 votes

#6406

Overall
  3.5 from 13 votes
5 Star
23%
4 Star
38%
3 Star
15%
2 Star
15%
1 Star
8%
Rankings

#88

in Florida

#6,406

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364 Since Dec 12, 2016
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