At the westernmost tip of Santa Rosa Island, after a beach walk along the Gulf of Mexico, the Florida Trail reaches its Northern Terminus at historic Fort Pickens.
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It’s a rare opportunity to scramble over dunes as the Florida Trail winds its way along the bay side of Santa Rosa Island through the UWF Dunes Preserve, offering scenic views
For an acrobatic adventure on the Florida Trail, the 7.9-mile Yellow River section near Holt tosses both tricky swamp traverses and creative creek crossings your way.
Florida has an estimated 132 permanent, mostly outdoor labyrinths scattered around the state waiting to be walked – from a neighborhood park in Pensacola in the Panhandle to a labyrinth on church grounds on Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. Our friend Lucy Tobias shares her research on the subject.
Lavender package. Tasty jerky. No hormones, no added sugar, paleo friendly. Date & rosemary chicken jerky from The New Primal turned out to be delicious
As of June 2017, we are SOLD OUT of The Florida Trail Guide, second edition. A third edition is currently in the works, and the Florida Trail Guide App is up-to-date as of this month!
Let’s face it: Florida is a breeding ground for ticks, and summer is prime time for these nasties. Here’s what you can do to minimize tick bites and how to handle if you do get bitten.
Offroad riding means a lot of bounce, especially on a washboarded limerock road like KICCO Grade. Adding trekking bars to John’s mountain bike made all the difference.