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Find the top rated cross country skiing trails in Palmetto, whether you're looking for an easy short cross country skiing trail or a long cross country skiing trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a cross country skiing trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Very nice trail. Just enough small hills and quick turns to get a little adrenaline rush but for the most part is flat riding.
Very nice trail with a good mixture of shade coverage and a nice breeze from the harbor. Couple water fountains a long the trail. Very smooth ride as well ¿¿¿¿
There wasn’t much to see on this trail. Of the beautiful trails in this area this was my least favorite.
The northern leg from start to Coffee Pot is almost entirely straight, sunny sidewalk next to a major street in a neighborhood of modest, cookie cutter, post-war homes. The street was busy but the sidewalk “trail” was not, on this Friday afternoon during the covid-19 pandemic. I would skip this section unless you just want mileage. The rest passes some interesting old mansions and some new ones, small parks with benches and (temporarily closed) play equipment, mangroves, seawalls, a small beach (with a few volley ball players), Bay views and the-not-yet-complete St Pete Pier.. It was pleasant
A good trail that passes over the Bayway bridges and through some nice scenery. The only bad part is near the east end of the trail where it passes the sewage treatment facility. The smell can be pretty bad, but it’s survivable. It also connects to the Skyway Trail, which you can take to the Pinellas Trail to the North or toward the Skyway Bridge Trail to the South (there is a gap between the Skyway and Skyway Bridge trails). 5 stars for connectivity, but minus 2 stars for the smell.
A beautiful course and opportunity to learn some history while enjoying the great sights along the Gulf and intercoastal waters.
PLEASE MORE trash can containers ¿¿¿¿ Let’s keep it out of the waterways, trail itself and natural ecosystems ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿
Very nice trail but crossings need lights. Rode 22 miles all the way to the Gasparilla Causeway paid the $3 per bike and turned around. Its beautiful but Gasparilla is next on the list. I will bring the bikes to the Island and then we ride from there. Just waiting for the Bars to open so the watering hole is satisfied for both of Us. I should have parked closer to do both rides in one. Stay tuned for the second half.
May 5. Really nice trail easy passing because it's wide . We plan another ride because it is long 40 some miles. We rode the first 10miles coming from the south. Kind of boring but like I said the trail is mint. Clearwater is next and closer to the water. The
My first time on it and liking it much so far. Will complete our next time around for sure!
Definitely can use more trash cans (garbage throughout), a bit of maintenance (small sink holes here and there, signaling)
I live right near this trail and so happy it opened. It has a nice paved, smooth surface and the views are great. It connects the Starkey Trail to the Pinellas trail, so you have access to 100 miles of pure trails.
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