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7.7 mile 12.5 kilometer point to point
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Intermediate

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Ascent: 39' 12 m
Descent: -25' -8 m
High: 30' 9 m
Low: 10' 3 m

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A mostly level trail with some difficult sections.

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Todd Wille
Sarasota, FL
Todd Wille   Sarasota, FL
This trail has been extended and is now around 14.5 miles (including the "red trail" return route). There is a 2nd inner loop now just east of the 1st one. This trail is not technical, but if you step on the throttle it becomes technical due to all the roots, trees, dips and quick turns. This trail has paths connecting it to the powerline trail. Ride east on the powerline trail and after 6 miles you'll come to the Live Long & Prosper trails (@ the 2nd bridge). These trails run on either side of a canal for about 2 1/2 miles each. Keep in mind the Boldly Go trail is impassable when the Myakka River is at a high level. Generally during the rainy season it's flooded starting at about the 1o mile mark. Due to gators, I don't recommend trying to wade the flooded areas. Overall this trail is a great option in a part of Fla. that doesn't have many bike trails. Even during the rainy season, the powerline trail (10+ miles) is rideable. The powerline trail offers great wildlife viewing opportunities, on cool sunny days, alligators are sunning themselves in multiple locations, some 12' long or larger. Jan 22, 2018

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