Czas  3 godzin 54 minut

Współrzędne 1004

Uploaded 8 czerwca 2013

Recorded czerwca 2013

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8,77 km

Obejrzane 1134 razy, pobrane 1 razy

w pobliżu Ellaville, Florida (United States)

Anderson Springs Trail (Twin Rivers State Forest) Twin Rivers State Forest is located along the banks of the Withlacoochee and Suwannee Rivers. The forest encompasses eastern Madison, western Hamilton, and northwestern Suwannee counties in northern Florida. The Twin Rivers State Forest office is located on Hwy. U.S. 90, approximately two miles west of the town of Live Oak.

This hike I began at the Anderson Springs Trail just off of River Rd. There is a parking area where you can enjoy the scenic views of the Suwannee River and then get onto the trail and hike along the banks. The trail is a loop trail and you follow the yellow blazes. Parts of the trail are overgrown and must not get much use though it's one of the most scenic trails I have hiked. If you are in this area stop for a hike and it isn't that far from Suwanne River State Park. http://www.floridaforestservice.com/state_forests/twin_rivers.html
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2 Opinie

  • Zdjęcie Florida Trailblazer

    Florida Trailblazer 2013-06-09

    The yellow blazed trail is around 5.5 miles total if you follow that it will loop you back around to the trailhead.

  • MrsMedicD 2014-09-12

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    My son and I took on this trail today; the second of 10 we are trying to complete to obtain our Florida Trailwalker patch! The scenery is awesome as just over half the trail follows right along the scenic Suwannee River.
    As far as diffuculty, I would rate this trail as moderate. It is not well traveled and there were a couple of spots with downed trees blocking the path. It was easy enough to get around though.
    The path is very well marked with gold blazes and was easy to follow.
    It took us about 4 hours to complete the trail, but my son is 7 so he sets the pace and we took a nice lunch break along the way.

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