For road cyclists in Orlando, the Cady Way Trail is a great local option for your daily workout. While the trail itself may only be 6.5 miles long, you can connect to plenty of other trails to continue your ride. The trail is entirely paved and alternates been a single wide pathway and two paths divided by a median. In some areas the trail splits into two paths to go around large, established trees. This being Florida, the elevation gain is relatively low, but you will notice a few ups and downs as you make your way through.
From the Cady Way you can connect to the Cross Seminole Trail, which runs 23 miles through Seminole County. With plenty of wide open trail and plenty of typical Florida scenery, this is the perfect place to enjoy a weekend run or ride.
The Seminole Wekiva Trail is 14 miles long and connects Altamonte Springs with the Wekiva River. The trail is part of the Florida National Scenic Trail and after one trip here you’ll understand why.