The inclines are nothing to be concerned about. SP, pretty much described most of it. Canal Diggins could be difficult depending on the direction, all the steep slopes pretty much face one way but all of them are walkable if necessary. The big climb in Nayl's isn't steep at all it's just so sandy that traction is difficult to find (I motored all the way to the top and spun my wheel out when I went to give it just a little extra oomph to bump over the last root at the very top last time, I was so pissed). There another short climb in Nayl's that's a little techy in going east->west because you have to time your pedal strokes to avoid striking few rocks. Beyond that it's mostly rolling hills. Some of those hills are big by Alafia/Boyette standards but nothing crazy. If you can handle the hills at Croom you'll have no problems. None of the large ones I can remember of are even as steep as the climbs in East Meadow at Boyette.