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Orlando Sentinel – Letters: New Trails Good News For Healthier Residents

One Orlando resident gets it – the local trails are useful in so many ways, but one of those ways is as an outlet for community members to get outdoors in a safe environment for some exercise! Family bike rides, romantic weekend strolls – the possibilities are endless. Check out […]

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Check out the Orange Gap!

Stretches of remote forests, pristine shorelines, and charming communities comprise most of the scenery along the existing local, regional, state, and federal trails to be joined into one cross-Florida trail, from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean through Central Florida.  While some sections are scenic, some are more practical […]

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Sneak Peak of the C2C from Maitland to St. Pete

From BWCF Friend, Nanci Adler – My husband, Don, and I just couldn’t wait for the Coast-to-Coast Connector to be completed. Already contemplating a four-day bike trip in Florida, we decided to use as much of the Connector route as possible to cycle from our home in Maitland to Saint […]

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Coast to Coast Summit Makes History

Trail history was made in October.  The Office of Greenways and Trails (OGT), the Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation (FGTF), and FDOT hosted more than 140 planners,  business owners, elected officials, and trail enthusiasts in Winter Garden where ideas were exchanged about making the Coast to Coast  Connector (C2C) American’s best […]

C2C has become a Florida Trend
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C2C has become a Florida Trend

Florida Trend Executive Editor, Mark Howard, wrote an article for the Florida Trend that highlights the Coast to Coast Connector trail. Mark tells readers that Florida needs this trail due for a variety of reasons – Did you Florida ranks sixth in percentage of adults who are overweight and 27th […]