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I went on a hike with my dog. We saw beautiful wildlife and the vibe there was quite serene!
This trail is not completely flat. It has some grade and hills at the road crossings and also there are many flat sections.
We parked at Boston Mills and biked to the Bedford Reservation and back. Enjoyable ride. We stopped at Brandywine falls. Make sure you have water because the only place to get it is near Brandywine Falls at Brandywine Falls Oasis cart set up in someones front yard that is self serve. It sure does come in handy, bring one dollar bills!
We came onto this trail at Alexander Road from the Bike & Hike trail. This trail goes through the wooded area of the Reservation. Some sections are also on the road or next to the road. It is very hilly in some sections. We passed Bridal Veil falls but did not stop. We biked about 5 miles and turned around and headed back to Bike & Hike trail. There are no nearby trail services. Make sure you have water.
While working in Mentor, found this trail thanks to TrailLink
Took about 1/2 hour to get to but worth it.
Parked at the Tara Creek Parkway. Ran north towards Chardon. Ran 3.5 up, then ran back down to Middlefield.
Trail is very nice.
Paved. Level. Only a couple small grade hills, mostly while going over the covered bridges, which are great.
The trail is marked every half mile on the benches along the trail.
Mostly wooded/shade. Mostly bikers on trail and everyone of them notified me that they were passing. Everyone!
If in the area, and looking to get a couple miles in, head down here.
Enjoy seeing all the Amish buggies and the trail as well.
There’s a few hills but not too bad! Really flat and smooth.
Following the Google directions at Southern in point in Middlefield is in possible could not even get close to the endpoint to start going north. Otherwise the rest of the trail going north is excellent!
I started this trail at the cleveland trailhead using my triathlon bike. The goal was to complete the entire trail ending at the Bolivar trailhead. According to my bike computer the trip was 102 miles. 7.5 hours of scenic biking. I am in love with this trail. There are so many sights to see. Most of the trail is conducive to thin wall tires. The only area that is a bit rocky is the last 5-9 miles in Canton right at the end of the trail. Much of the trail is paved or crushed limestone on top of hard pan soil. My thin walled tires did not have many issues. Great sights along the River including waterfalls, rapids, turtles and deer. I recommend this trail to any biker looking for a ride where most of the time the sun is blocked by the trees. Several places along the way to fuel up or purchase drinks.
Nice, fun to see horses, shade parts, beautiful park, running water,, but hilly!!! I had to walk often .. so disappointed I myself,,, great for walking
Picturesque, smooth paving, gorgeous particularly in the early morning. I generally do about 4 miles in and 4 back and it’s fairly level so no huge hills to climb.
Very frustrating getting through Chardon. Trail impassable due to construction with no signs directing you through town. I was unfamiliar with the area and felt this was an epic fail for the city of Chardon. The trail itself was very nice. Just a rotten experience.
We parked at Stow High School and went north to the end at Alexander Rd (18 miles) we turned back and felt good, so we decided to turn towards Munroe Falls and complete the southern loop. Big mistake! If I knew the number of hills involved, I would have done that section first, once out of Silver Springs, the road signs were lacking. I felt as though I was off of the trail most of that part, especially after we passed the 34th mile. The map and description need to be revised to reflect the correct distance and perhaps more prominent signs (a tree covered one sign).
Not overly populated, very wide bike / hike trail stretching between downtown Mantua and nearly downtown Garrettsville. There’s plenty of shade on the trail and it’s pretty well groomed, twice I have found there is a downed tree after a storm. There are plenty of trailheads and there is a restroom at the Rt 700 trailhead. The coffee shop in Mantua is awesome and the falls at Garrets are very cool.
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