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A smooth, relaxing ride with only a few intersections to cross. Not the most exciting scenery but nice on a sunny day: saw MANY birds, lizards, and some cows and horses at farms. 12 miles total back and forth. One parking FYI: Welleby Park is undergoing expansion so one entrance is closed and you won’t be able to bike thru the park to trailhead. The expansion entrance is just around the corner; Easy enough to start the trail on Hiatus itself.
Paved smooth path with park benches. Saw iguanas and herons. Path crosses a few roads but all had cross walk lights to alert drivers. Lots of shade during our morning ride. Not crowded during the week. Only problem was figuring out where to park.
We just got finished with riding the FKOHT in it’s entirety. We did it in sections and enjoyed having done it this way. It is a beautiful ride but like others have said, carry lots of water and sunscreen. We were quite surprised in some areas because the trail seemed to have ended. There are very few signs that indicate you are on the FKOHT, in fact we didn’t see any. Better signage would be a benefit and an indicator that the trail has switched sides or whether or not the trail route is on the berm of the road would be helpful. Also, a terminal marker in Key Largo is needed. We couldn’t tell where it started in Key Largo so we just hopped on. Regardless, we had a wonderful time and have great memories
This path starts at Doral Meadow Park and ends at 114 Ave. It's basically just a side piece extention of the turnpike trail
well paved and plenty of space (width) to share the path with the numerous bikers.
Very quiet and serene! No crazy intersections and walkers and bikers alike share the trail well. I only wish it had been 10x longer, but I didn’t mind going back and forth several times for the exercise since it was so nice.
Beautiful because it runs a long ways and you can get wonderful sunshine back-and-forth. However, every mile or two you have to get off your bike (if you want to live that is) and walk your bike across an intersection which only gives you 30 seconds and there’s traffic everywhere! It’s relaxing and then every 5-10 minutes you have to cross these crazy streets — not worth it. I would rather find a neighborhood and bike up and down residential streets than get back on this trail. As an out of town or I did this twice and would never want to do it again. I don’t recommend. The hiatus trail is safer but still also has a challenge of crossing ridiculous intersections.
My husband and I biked this today and found it enjoyable. Two lovely parks at either end. Stopped at a nearby Publix for some fruit and enjoyed it at one of the shelters along the trail.
This trail is now paved all the way to 90th street. I live closest to 90th street and regularly take the trail for a quick ride to the shopping centers either on 74th street or to 58th street. Very busy with walkers around dusk.
Great place to walk, run, bike and even sit in many benches to enjoy a nice late afternoon
I decided to take the path from the southern side of it up to the casino. The first half heading up was horrible. I was dodging horse poop since there’s this little place that rents out horses and encourage them to use the trail, when cars turn in to cross the path they will run you over no matter how many lights you have on your bike or how obvious you make yourself appear, and there’s ATVs and agricultural tractors on the path. However, everything close to or past 88th at is good. They need to start enforcing rules on this trail.
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