Mahogany Hammock Trail Topo Map

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This boardwalk trail is noted for the nation’s largest mahogany tree, with a girth of 12 feet and a height of 90 feet. You start by walking over a wetlands area that forms a Y junction as it enters the hammock. In the cradle of the Y is a short mahogany tree that’s become the most recognized symbol of this trail and all the Everglades. The aged tree is notable for the thick network of strangler figs that engulf it. To see the champion tree, go straight at this junction. The giant mahogany tree is on the left after just a short distance, where the boardwalk suddenly veers left. Mahogany hammocks like this one are rare today in Florida.
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Florida City, Florida

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Mar 2018