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Even grade, gravel & wide enough for a walking lane & biking ¿¿.
Paved, smooth, wide with just enough elevation change to get the heart going! Started at Lisbon trail head, so most of the elevation change is front loaded in the first 6 miles-allowing you to cruise backwhile coasting if you wish. Wildflowers were out. So very pretty first 4 miles. Spent some tome cruising the little town of washingtonville, so ended up 28 mile round trip. Pretty crowded from people wscaping Covid quarantine, but no masks for these patriots.downhill the last
Nice level & paved walking path & very close for a walk through Roscoe Village!
This trail is far from flat! Most sections are flat but there are a few with some gradual hills which make it a challenging workout. Parked in New Castle and pedaled to Lowellville OH and back for a nice 16 mile ride.
Well maintained since the PA surface was repaved within the past few years. However still bumpy on the OH section.
Keep in good shape & meanders through the local park, parallels SR 3 and ends at the Mohican State Park campground A. This is filled with mountain bike & hiking trails which are maintained nicely.
Great beginners trail. Easy walk, clean, quiet.
Rode from Killbuck to Millersburg. Stopped at train Depot called Hipps. Nice ride. It seems part of trail used by Amish. Watch for rode apples. Could be slippery
This trail mostly paved blacktop and rather short. It is a great walking trail and a trail where very young riders can safely build strength and confidence. The northern terminus isn't much. Those wishing to ride through Medina should aim for Fair Road to get through the worst of the traffic.
Trail is always delightful to ride. The new enclosed tunnel construction is coming along under the Ohio turnpike but the short detour makes it easy to get around. This trail is enjoyed by many people. New asphalt resurfacing at the Canfield end.
I enjoyed riding this short 4.5 mile trail. I started at Deer Creek Reservoir and headed south. The trailhead is across the parking lot from the boat launch. The trail follows the shore of the reservoir and crosses over a bridge at the spillway. The bridge and spillway seem to be a point of interest for all using the trail. You must road ride for about 9/10ths of a mile in order to pick up the southern portion of the trail. This southern section follows the twists and turns of the Mahoning River as it makes its way into Alliance, Ohio. The crushed stone surface along this portion of the trail is not as well maintained as that of the trail along the reservoir. In all likelihood this probably due to local flooding, though the trail surface on the day I rode this trail was completely dry and free from any mud. Biking along this portion along the river probably is better suited for bikes with slightly wider tires than a standard street bike, but not necessarily anything too wide. The southern end finishes at the athletic fields in Earley Hill Park in Alliance. This trail will be well shaded during the summer.
this trail is under construction and is short. but, will be very nice when finished. already a lot of family usage. much needed for the area. very scenic and an easy ride for little ones.
Still construction going on but the detour is nice. Coming back from niles can be a little brutal if your riding into the wind for it’s all slightly up hill
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