Everglades National Park | BIKING

Biking the tour road at Shark Valley

Biking the tour road at Shark Valley

Note: Electric bikes with operating pedals and motors of less than 750 watts are allowed on all trails open to regular bikes, including the Shark Valley Tram road. All other electric bikes are only allowed on roads open to vehicles.


SHARK VALLEY

Shark Valley has a 15-mile loop road that is used by pedestrians, bikers, and the Shark Valley Tram Tour. This is not a place for avid bikers.

Bikes and bike helmets are available for rent near the tram tour loading area from 8:30 AM to 4 PM. Bikes must be returned by 5 PM. Riders under 16 years old must wear a helmet.

Bikes are also allowed on the dirt trail that runs along the L-67 Canal. The 6.4-mile road (one way) road is located 5 miles east of Shark Valley. This is the only bike trail that I did not ride.

Observation deck at the halfway point on the Shark Valley loop road

Observation deck at the halfway point on the Shark Valley loop road

ROYAL PALM AREA

Long Pine Key Nature Trail
6 miles, one way

Old Ingraham Highway Trail
10 miles, one way

FLAMINGO

An 8-mile loop can be formed by using the Rowdy Bend Trail, the Snake Bight Trail, and Main Park Road.

Rowdy Bend Trail

Snake Bight Trail

Snake Bight Trail

Snake Bight Trail

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Last updated on February 25, 2021
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