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We enjoyed the trail.
It was great riding this trail in family. At the end you can find a Publix or a Plaza, and take a break there. Then go back. We park at the point where the App says. We started in the morning, so we lunch subs from Publix at the end of the trail. We saw many iguanas, turtles, ducks, birds, and many others animals. You can take a break any time you want under the trees. Maybe this is not a trail for super riders, but it is nice for a family ride.
Did the entire trail this past Saturday (10/17) and it all went pretty well. Didn’t see much wildlife unfortunately. However do wear long pants and sleeves as the horse fly’s were all over us. Made for some frustration.
This trail has been extended and is now about 15 miles but you'll find me on the first 5 miles of Krome Path. The northern/first 1/3 of the trail is by far the best, (this section gets 5 stars) as you go south theres more and more driveways with rumble strips and street crossings. After a rain storm, lots of sand, gravel and debris can be on the path making it difficult for road bikes or skateboarders like myself. Overall, this is one of the safest places to ride in South Florida and its a great place for serious training. But, it's 30 mins from my apartment and can get quite boring at times.
Basically this is a big sidewalk with views to condominiums. Few views of the ocean. Very little nature.
Completed together with the Black Creek Trail. Very nice and relaxing ride.
Yet I still give the bike friendly sidewalk 3 stars for it connects a great park, neighborhoods, services, groceries, restaurants and a library. The bummer is it does not connect to downtown Miami to further facilitate, nor promote a “one less car” mentality. The neighborhoods that border this bike friendly sidewalk benefit, but if you are not from the area, this “trail” offers very little.
This is not the best trail/path to go out of your way to ride. This is a great recreational lane for those whom live in the area and want to get to the park or the Starbucks down the street. I resist calling this a commuter path due to the short length and how it just ends miles before getting to downtown Miami. This would be a great selling point for realtors selling homes in the area for it connects a park with a library and shopping with a gym and some restaurants in the path. All in all, short and a safe choppy way to ride through the neighborhood.
Friend and I went roller skating, super smooth a great time!
If you have three to four hours and great sunblock, this trail is amazing to walk the whole way. Bring plenty of water! Looking forward to doing it on the bike.
This is a nice ride and the beautiful homes accents the journey. But for such nice neighborhoods one rolls down, the trail needs maintenance. Tree roots are breaking through the pavement and makes for a bumpy ride at times. Yet, all things considered, a fun roll. One can also connect to other routes, which can extend the ride. Fun!
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