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FALL FITNESS TRAILS

Posted by Nicole Richards on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014 at 11:47am.

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Fall in South Florida means one thing to outdoor fanatics: time to be outside and breathe in the fresh air while soaking up the lush tropical environment – South Florida is home to some of the most attractive and natural fitness trails in the country.  From running by mega-mansions to bike riding through overgrown trees, South Florida’s fitness paths are some of the most matchless and exceptional areas to do outdoor activities such as Palm Beach Trail, Markham Park and Topeekeegee-Yungee Park.

Palm Beach Trail is overflowing with elegant sights of the West Palm Beach skyline and Intracoastal Waterway. On one side of the paved path is stunning Intracoastal Waterway views and across the way is lined with massively attractive homes of the Palm Beach’s rich and famous. Henry Flagler built the 4.7 mile path in 1894, originally for hotel guests to take a stroll. The paved trail expands from Royal Palm Way to Reef Road.

If you love to mountain bike, Markham Park is a must go for all skill levels. The woodsy and organic trail is a 666-acre Broward County park in Sunrise, Florida and is a “range from mild to wild” for beginners to advanced riders.

Topeekeegee-Yungee Park is a 138.6-acre park in Hollywood, Florida which is named after an American Indian phrase for “gathering or meeting place.” There are outdoor activities for everyone surrounding a pond with fountains flowing from it.There are things to do such as running, walking, biking, roller skating on the 2-mile paved pathway and has two-seater bikes available to rent.

With the amazing cool feeling of fall weather in South Florida, it is hard not to be outside and be active!

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