Hockhocking Adena Bikeway Photos Return to the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway page Submit Photo Submitted By treyd07 on April 27, 2014 TDelfino riding the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway 2014 Submitted By OldTerry on August 17, 2012 Nelsonville Trail Head Town has a railroad history Submitted By drexhart on March 12, 2012 floods near mm 12 flooded farm field,hamley run rd and bikeway Submitted By claparl on August 17, 2010 Hocking Adena Rail Trail Bridge near Robbins Crossing Submitted By dpburks on November 08, 2009 a beautiful view of the Hocking River Submitted By dpburks on November 08, 2009 a beautiful view of the Hocking River Submitted By RTC on April 16, 2009 Submitted By on May 06, 2007 Ohio University Stadium The path narrows by the campus. Passing can be a bit tricky. Submitted By on June 18, 2006 Bridge on the Hocking A view of the Hocking River from the largest bridge along the path. Submitted By on June 18, 2006 The rock walls This is typical of the sheer rock walls on the west side of the path along the northern end. Submitted By on April 13, 2006 Hockhocking Adena Bikeway Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway while meandering through this 19 mile trail. Submitted By on September 01, 2003 Junction with Trail in City Park Here the trail goes through an Athens city park. In this area about 12 American Chestnut Trees have been planted and hopes are high that some of these will survive. Submitted By on September 01, 2003 Near Ohio University Here the bike path runs along the bank of the Hocking River in Athens. Many blue heron can be seen in this area. Submitted By on September 01, 2003 Near Ohio University In Athens the trail comes close to Ohio University's Convocation Center. Submitted By on September 01, 2003 Bike Path The bike path parallels the Hocking River, the old Hocking Canal and an old rail line. Most of the path is similar to this. Spring flowers and autumn leaves are spectacular. Submitted By on September 01, 2003 Bridge over Hocking River Here a family on bicycles crosses the Hocking River on the bike path.