The first time you see the bluffs, you won’t believe you’re in Florida. Watch on to see a few sites around Liberty County, Florida that are unique to the Sunshine State and perfect for hikers.

Torreya State Park exposes visitors to a side of the Sunshine State unknown to many: river views from high bluffs and ravines that transport visitors to a world of environmental intrigue and naturalistic charm.

Believed by some to be the actual site of the biblical Garden of Eden, the Garden of Eden Trail, located at the Nature Conservancy’s Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve, is a 3 1/2 mile long hike through several ravine systems that ends up at Alum Bluff. One of the rarest natural habitats on Earth, Alum Bluff offers a view of Florida that few ever get the chance to see.

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