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Florida National Scenic Trail

Florida National Scenic Trail

Client: W. Dale Allen
Location: Florida Panhandle and Osceola/Orange Counties, FL
Size: Study Area 1 - 35 Miles Study Area 2 - 55 Miles
Service: GIS / Geospatial

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Echo K. Gates, P.E., LEED ®AP
 

The Florida National Scenic Trail is currently about 1,000 miles long, with 1,300 total miles planned. The trail is a congressionally-designated, long-distance hiking trail that weaves its way across Florida from Big Cypress National Preserve in the south to Gulf Islands National Seashore in the western end of Florida’s panhandle.

With the Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation's Close the Gaps campaign, Genesis mapped trail alternatives for two major study areas in the trail network. The proposed trail alternatives followed public lands, existing trails, and the FDEP Office of Greenways and Trails' Priority Land Trails when possible. Genesis prepared maps, GIS data, exhibits, and PowerPoint presentations that are being used to meet with stakeholders to identify preferred routes.

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Florida National Scenic Trail


Florida Panhandle and Osceola/Orange Counties, FL

Client:

W. Dale Allen

Location:

Florida Panhandle and Osceola/Orange Counties, FL

Size:

Study Area 1 - 35 Miles Study Area 2 - 55 Miles

Service

GIS / Geospatial

Highlights:

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
GIS / Geospatial
Mapping & Cartography
Marketing Support Services

Florida National Scenic Trail

The Florida National Scenic Trail is currently about 1,000 miles long, with 1,300 total miles planned. The trail is a congressionally-designated, long-distance hiking trail that weaves its way across Florida from Big Cypress National Preserve in the south to Gulf Islands National Seashore in the western end of Florida’s panhandle.

With the Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation's Close the Gaps campaign, Genesis mapped trail alternatives for two major study areas in the trail network. The proposed trail alternatives followed public lands, existing trails, and the FDEP Office of Greenways and Trails' Priority Land Trails when possible. Genesis prepared maps, GIS data, exhibits, and PowerPoint presentations that are being used to meet with stakeholders to identify preferred routes.