Get your trail links here

Some folks who have been following my blogs about our adventures on the Great Florida Cross State Trail Ride have asked for links to the actual maps we used. I’m happy to oblige. The following links are all done on Ride With GPS, so you may have to download the app to take them with you.

This was a mostly rural ride along several Volusia and Seminole county trails from our starting point in Edgewater, alongside I-95, to downtown Sanford on the shores of Lake Monroe.

View the route here.

A delightful urban ride that took us from Apopka to Clermont, first on the West Orange Trail and then onto the South Lake Trail.

View the route here.

Basically you are going to just head south out of Inverness on the Withlacoochee Trail and then hang a right on the Good Neighbor Trail until you get to Brooksville.

See the link here.

South out of Brooksville on the Suncoast Trail (bring your sun screen) and then right onto the Starkey Wilderness Park Trail. (Oh, and keep a listen out for the wind chime oak tree.)

Here’s the link.

Start at the beginning on the shores of Tampa Bay in downtown St. Pete and follow the Pinellas Trail north until you see the mermaid sign in Tarpon Springs.

Here’s the link.

I should point out that these trails are not (yet) connected to one-another (although we hope that they one day will be). Basically it requires some driving time from one trailhead to the next in order to do all five routes. So a SAG vehicle is essential.

Basically these are some of the best trails in Central Florida, and if you get the chance to ride any or all of them, better take it.

See you on the trail.

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