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Go, ride, see, repeat. Does not disappoint.
If you want to feel like you are riding through the movie Witness, this is your trail. Sun yes, shade yes, bridges yes, deer yes, water yes, horse drawn carriages yes. The ride was pure magic. We will come back for this one, again and again.......
Shade yes, sun yes, wood bridges over water and dry creek beds yes, restored rail road trestles yes. Not a super exciting ride for scenic views but a nice one.
Rode this trail from Johnstown to Granville and loved it. Well paved and not at all dangerous. Beautiful scenery and mostly covered by the canopy of shady trees. My advice is take it east to west. The return trip will me much easier.
Granville: River Road Coffee Shop, Knuckleheads Ice Cream and sandwiches, bathrooms inside the IGA grocery store right off the path by the old train station. Lots of restaurants on Main Street in town. Alexandria: Ragamuffins Coffee Shop is open til 4:30pm (sandwiches, cookies) diagonal from Freedom Bikes
My kids are learning to ride their bikes and this was a safe, fun way for them to get into it. Plenty of stops with shelters om the way and beautiful scenery.
Took the family for a bike ride. It was a beautiful ride and the trail was flat enough for my 7 year old to ride too! Part of the path is paved and the other part is cinders. The kicker is Metzger’s park is connected so we went to the park to eat our picnic and then the kids played on the playground. Highly recommend this park!!
The trail is paved and has a canopy of trees for most of the way. Once you get to mount Vernon there is a very good BBQ truck attached to the Happy Street brewery. It’s a great place to stop.
What part of trail is ballast? We have rode the Kokosing many times, now looking to go further south
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.
The trail is narrow with steep drop-offs on both sides -- very dangerous. As others have noted, the trail needs paving maintenance and cutting lots of weeds, trees, and grass. There are too many other trails that are much nicer. Scenery is pleasant, but its tough to enjoy it.
We live in Dover (about 40 minutes from Cambridge), but my husband works in Cambridge, so he uses this trail often; sometimes at lunch or after work to both ride and walk. He suggested it to my friend and me as we have been doing one "girls bike trail day" weekly. She liked it so well that she took her husband to ride the trail a couple of days later. It is such a nice area and trail is in good shape.... a couple of rough areas, but they have patched them which makes it smoother. Really enjoyed this trail and it will definitely be on our "girls bike trail day" again.
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