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Best Trails of Ohio

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running

 

#1. Grandma Gatewood Trail - Old Man's Cave to Ash Cave
Begin walking the 5.0 miles from Old Man’s Cave to Ash Cave and it won’t take long to see why this is one of the state’s most popular trails. Descend into Old Man’s Creek Gorge and walk by rock featur...
From the guidebook "Hiking Ohio"
Hiking Trails
Logan, OH - Hiking - 10 miles


#2. Overlook and Dripping Rock Trails
Highbanks gets its name from the towering shale riverbanks that rise on either side of the Olentangy, a state scenic river. Your best bet to see the unusual bowling ball–like rock “concretions” that j...
From the guidebook "Hiking Ohio"
Hiking Trails
Columbus, OH - Hiking - 5.8 miles


#3. Little Miami River Loop and Spur Trail
Located along the Little Miami Scenic River, Clifton Gorge is best known for its rushing waters through a striking narrow gorge. The gorge was cut by glacial meltwaters some 10,000 years ago, and its ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Ohio"
Hiking Trails
Yellow Springs, OH - Hiking - 9 miles


#4. Buckeye Trail and Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Loop
A great loop along the Buckeye Trail from Red Lock to Boston Store and back on the historic Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath. This is your best bet for a longer, more secluded quality hike in the Cuyahoga ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Ohio"
Hiking Trails
Peninsula, OH - Hiking - 8.7 miles


#5. Little Miami Scenic River Trail
The goes from Kroger Hill to Spring Valley, following the Little Miami River. If you like family rides, this multi-purpose trail is perfect for you. This 50-mile each way (100 miles total) out-and-bac...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Midwest"
Hiking Trails
Morrow, OH - Mountain Biking - 100 miles


#6. Covered Bridge Scenic Byway
A 44-mile highway that winds through scenic hills and past numerous covered bridges. Covered Bridge Scenic Byway winds through the hilly, picturesque region of southeastern Ohio. The narrow two-lane r...
From the guidebook "National Forest Scenic Byways East & South"
Hiking Trails
Woodsfield, OH - Scenic Drives - 44 miles


#7. 17 Mile Trail
The 17 Mile Trail is simply one of the best long hikes in the state. It takes you along inland sand dunes, characteristic of the oak openings region, home to beaches thousands of years ago when Lake E...
From the guidebook "Hiking Ohio"
Hiking Trails
Whitehouse, OH - Hiking - 17.6 miles


#8. Rowe Woods Trails
Rowe Woods, operated by the Cincinnati Nature Center, is home to 14 miles of trails. Combine several trails to view many of the most distinguishing features of the preserve, including old-growth woods...
From the guidebook "Hiking Ohio"
Hiking Trails
Milford, OH - Hiking - 6.7 miles


#9. Alum Creek State Park Mountain Bike Trail
Located twelve miles north of Columbus from the Interstate 270 beltway. There's a two-mile loop designed for beginning riders and a five-mile connecting loop for intermediate riders. You'll like tes...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Midwest"
Hiking Trails
Columbus, OH - Mountain Biking - 9 miles


#10. Trailing Along the Little Miami
Southwestern Ohio is blessed with a Little Miami River. This beautiful peaceful river has long been a canoeist's delight, and it has been designated a national scenic river as well as an Ohio state pa...
From the guidebook "Short Bike Rides in Ohio"
Hiking Trails
Loveland, OH - Road Biking - 26 miles



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