15.7 miles
Distance
19 ft
Climb
-19 ft
Descent
10 ft
High Point

In honor of the late James F. Cox, a section of the developing Atlantic Circuit Trail will follow the beaches he walked on his journey from Fort Clinch State Park to South Beach in Miami. James F. Cox called his journey the 'Florida East Coast Beach Trail', and the Atlantic Circuit Trail will allow trail users to follow this epic journey. In Nassau County, James F. Cox walked along the eastern shore of Amelia Island. At the time of Cox's journey, the Crady Bridge was not yet complete, for user safety, the trail is aligned to cross the bridge. The Nassau County section of the Atlantic Circuit Trail ends halfway across the bridge, crossing into Duval County.

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Atlantic Circuit Trail is a 16 mile moderately popular easy route located near Fernandina Beach Florida. This hike primary route can be used both directions and has a easy overall physical rating. This route climbs 19 ft with a max elevation of 10 ft then descends -19 ft.
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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Hike
  • Other Activities
    • Trail Running
  • AKA
    Florida East Coast Beach Trail, Shoreline Trail
  • Difficulty rating
    Green
  • Route Type
    Point to Point
  • Bikepacking
    Yes
  • Direction
    Both Directions
  • Physical rating
    Easy
More Stats for Atlantic Circuit Trail mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    0 ft
  • Altitude min
    1 ft
  • Altitude start
    8 ft
  • Altitude end
    7 ft
  • Grade
    -0%
  • Grade max
    -3.6%
  • Grade min
    1.7%
  • Distance climb
    2 miles
  • Distance down
    3 miles
  • Distance flat
    10 miles
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