Oleta River State Park Topo Map

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North of Miami, the Oleta River drains a portion of the Everglades into Biscayne Bay. Between these two bodies of water, over six miles of trail have been developed for whoever chooses to roll off-road: slightly more than a mile of expert singletrack, a half-mile of intermediate singletrack, almost three miles of novice singletrack, and more than two miles of paved pathway. They all connect in what is essentially an out-and-back, but various loops of different lengths and difficulties can be ridden off the main out-and-back. and don't be surprised when more mileage is added. Those alone would not be so hard to avoid, but the trail designers created a route demanding strength and ?nesse. Some of the toughest moves require tight turns at the top of 45-degree, six-foot climbs. Those are followed by equally sharp drops. At the bottom, a 90-degree turn must take place in three bike lengths before taking on another six-foot wall.
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Miami, Florida

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