Fort Caroline Trails
ElevationAscent: 157' 48 m
Descent: -157' -48 m
High: 78' 24 m
Low: 15' 5 m
GradeAvg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 8% (5°)
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“A tri-trail path with a surprising amount of elevation for Florida standards.”— Felicia Boyd
Three trails are followed in this four-mile expedition: Spanish Pond Trail, Willie Browne Trail, Timucuan Trail. Trees create a canopy aesthetic throughout all of the trails and offer ample shade.
The Fort Caroline trails followed offered some level of challenge in its occasional incline. Experienced hikers and active individuals will not have a problem but nonetheless, should be aware of the slope. The inclination is what distinguishes this hike from others in the Northeast Florida region.
A fairly high manmade wooden lookout point exists near the Timucuan Trail along a black-marked trail. This is a great opportunity for both pictures and a potential break.
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