April 30, 2002
1 of 5
Reviewed by: GT
, from CAL
Anyonw know what the Mt.in Mt.bike is for?
just stay home
June 18, 2000
4 of 5
Once a week
Reviewed by: BILL D.
, from MIAMI FL
GOOD OVER ALL! LOTS OF GOOD SWITCH BACK ACTION, WITH LOTS OF UP HILL AND DOWN HILL MIXED IN. LACKS A GOOD PRO TRAIL, ALTHOUGH I'M SURE ITS IN THE WORKS. WELL MAINTAINED, BUT TO MANY WASHED OUT ROOTY AREAS. SIGNED WELL!GOOD FOR BEGINERS AND VETRENS. HATS OFF TO THE VOULENTEERS WHO MAINTAIN IT!!!!!! WE MIAMI RIDERS HAVE TO SAVOR ANY TRAILS WE HAVE!
EAST ON 163 ST TO PARK THATS ABOUT IT IT'S EASY TO FIND!
Other recommended trails in the same area:
MARKHAM PARK. LESS SHADE ROUGHER TRAILS WITH A GOOD PRO TRAIL.
September 25, 1999
3 of 5
Once a month
Reviewed by: DZ
, from Miami
Enter Trail at Oleta. Head west anywhere and bear north on any dirt road or trail, there's only one exit at app. 151 Street.
Head south, past FIU, to (sometimes locked) gated entrance to Interama (former swamp & dump site), bear west on dilapidated paved roads & pedestrian bridges to 135 Street (only other exit).
Head west to US1, turn south, crossing Arch Creek Bridge, turn left onto US 1, turn east @ 2nd traffic light, (Keystone Blvd), turn south 3rd stop sign, head south, cross Arch Creek Bridge, east on 125 Street, cross Intracoastal bridge, Bay Harbour Bridge, when you hit the ocean, turn north on dirt access road, (slow for beach goers) till Haulover Inlet, double back onto A1A and cross Haulover Bridge going north.
After bridge, immediately head east onto beach bypass road, exit north end, return to A1A, turn west at 163 Street, cross Intracoastal Bridge, turn south at Oleta Park entrance, cross Oleta River Bridge, find your car.
Lots of small parks on the way, swimming opportunities, watering holes, restaurants, etc.
Recommended Pitstops: Swim Nude or Kayak @ Haulover, brunch @ Lagoon, under 163 Street Intracoastal Bridge.