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Level: Intermediate
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +120/124 ft
Total: 48 riders
 

Mountain Biking East Cadillac

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#35 of 283 mountain bike trails in Florida
#1,269 in the world

The Cadillac Mountain Bike Trail is an overall intermediate skill level trail with sections that are expert level. Beginners can use options where provided to avoid expert sections. More Difficult sections are marked with a Black Diamond, or Double Black Diamond Symbol, and Intermediate Skill Areas are marked with a Blue Square Symbol. The trailhead and parking are located where the East/West trail sections meet.

First added by XSpec on Jul 5, 2011. Last updated May 6, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
I-10 to HWY-90 west, turn left (south) on 319 (Capitol Circle), go about 1.3 miles and turn left on Connor Blvd, go about 1.5 miles and turn left on Heritage Park Blvd. Lafayette Heritage Trail Park is 1/2 a mile and the road dead ends into it.
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  • Richard Shoop
    *****

    This is an excellent flow trail that rides like a roller coaster through the woods. It has good drainage so it can be ridden after a rain storm.

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  • xbd
    *****

    This place is the bee's knees. There are water fountains, a warmup pump track, a long tree-balance beam, bikewash station, and bathrooms all in the parking lot (also a kids playground and picnic tables for the rest of the fam). The trail itself is great, probably my favorite loop in Tallahassee. Has a great flow to it, plenty of roots and dips, a few fun obstacles randomly throughout, a decent drop-to-slope which dumps out onto the natural bridge between two lakes (beautiful, especially near sunset), a technical concrete descent, and all around beautiful scenery. Easy access to West Cadillac trails, Bill's Trail, and JR Alford Greenway trails (all of which are fun and worth the trip). All n all, I love this place and is usually my go-to for afternoon rides.

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  • aewynn0915
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    probably my favorite section of cadilac real fun with some technical stuff if u want it

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  • Alex-f22
    *****

    Fun trail to ride

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  • Peresite70
    *****

    Love this trail and can not wait to make the trip back up to Tally to ride it again. This trail is super fast and has great flow. Fun for all levels.

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  • limetownjack
    *****

    Unofficially Cadillac Part II, the other end of Cadillac is past the bathrooms, a right down the dirt road through the wooden fence and up the trail on the left (will eventually spit you out at Tom Brown Park). There are two double diamond jumps a "downhill rock garden" couple of seesaws and they seem to add stuff every few months. Great trail for intermediate to expert skill level. The ENTIRE cadillac trail is roughly 5 miles give or take

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  • XSpec
    *****

    One of my favorites in town but I wish it was longer than 2.44 miles. Trail starts of mild, but quickly you get more difficult/expert sections and it seems every time I ride there is a new feature or obstacle. The trip back is the best part though with lots of ups/downs, tight turns, and more!

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