We’re hikers. We’re Floridians. We know what it’s like to deal with heat, humidity, insects, and weather than can swing from tropical to freezing on a winter’s day. The volunteers of the Florida Trail Hikers Alliance are here to encourage more people to hike our 1,400 mile National Scenic Trail, the Florida Trail. If you’re planning a day hike, an overnighter, a long section, or a thru-hike, we’re here to help.
After 50 years, the Florida Trail – one of eleven congressionally-designated National Scenic Trails – is still a work in progress. Our nonprofit mission is to educate you about our statewide 1,400-mile trail, and to provide resources to assist you in planning your hikes on the Florida Trail.
Step-by-step planning information for long distance hikers attempting thru-hikes or long section hikes. Presented by FloridaHikes.com.
Share your intentions of completing a section hike or thru-hike of the Florida Trail in 2018 by joining the Class of 2018.
Our latest information on trail conditions along the 1,400-mile Florida Trail statewide.
Join us on January 28, 2018 for Billy Goat Day, our annual reunion of Florida Trail Hikers past and present.
If you’ve put in a unique thousand miles or more towards completing the Florida Trail, we have an award for you.