Up and Down Lake via Carl Duval Trail

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Up and Down Lake via Carl Duval Trail ist ein 1.2 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Interlachen, Florida. Er führt entlang eines Sees, durch schönen Wald und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke für alle Leistungsniveaus geeignet. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 1.2 miles Höhenunterschied: 16 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

angeleinte Hunde

kinderfreundlich

Wandern

Naturausflüge

Spazieren

Vogelbeobachtung

Wald

See

Aussicht

Wildtiere

For more information visit: https://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Florida-Forest-Service/Our-Forests/State-Forests/Carl-Duval-Moore-State-Forest

wandern
21 days ago

In an earlier review, I misleadingly stated "when you park, you can either go through the fence to the right (nice trail marked with orange blaze) or to the left. If you go to the left, the trail is also marked orange but was dug by a bulldozer and you don't see another blaze until just before you get to the tree marked #5 on the map" I was here today and I realize that statement was inaccurate. If you go to the left and go past the large trail/road dug by a bulldozer, you do come upon the trail itself, marked with an orange blaze. .

wandern
10 months ago

there are some pretty spots. as you start off to the right before the lake, the trail goes through some burned out slash pine, with woodpeckers. the lake is pretty too. the back end is chewed up by a dozer and skirts private property.

wandern
10 months ago

Carl Moore Duval State Forest is the smallest state forest in Florida (a little over 300 acres). The best way to get there is from the westbound SR 20 (turn at West Street). When you park, you can either go through the fence to the right (nice trail marked with orange blaze) or to the left. If you go to the left, the trail is also marked orange but was dug by a bulldozer and you don't see another blaze until just before you get to the tree marked #5 on the map. There are also some green blazes even though there is no green trail on the map. Note that the State Forest provides a map that points out markers for 8 trees along the trail. The actual marker does not always agree with what is indicated on the map. I walked to the left. There was nothing of note until the lake, which is quite picturesque. Some of the trees have been burned and there was woodpecker activity there. The rest of the trail back to the parking lot was nice - well marked (you cross some firebrakes). At one point, you go through an open area that was covered by orange vegatation as well as some burned pines. It is worth the visit and does not take long. Plus, it is one of the trails for the Trailwalker Program, so there is that.

wandern
15 days ago

wandern
10 months ago

wandern
Mon Jan 01 2018

wandern
Sat Oct 07 2017