Florida Trail: Bradwell Bay Section
Wakulla County, Florida
Uploaded by Bivy Team


03 :60 hrs
12.1 mi
18 ft

This section of the Florida Trail is considered one of the toughest hikes in the state. You will trudge through miles of mud and water, with some places that are waist high. The scenery is well worth the difficulty, as you will see many different trees, wildflowers, and animals. You can park on the dirt road leading to the western trail head, or other parking is available farther east if you wish for a shorter hike. Prepare for a lot of bugs. Due to the treacherous nature of this trail, it is recommended that you never hike alone, and bring a compass or GPS. Hikers must wear orange if going during hunting season (mid to late November).

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