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Biked this trail as an addition to the Niles Greenway trail. Seamless connection at the Trumbull and Mahoning County lines.
Great asphalt paved trail is just under 11 miles in length.
Construction still at Kirk Road. They are building a tunnel for the trail which will go under the Ohio turnpike. Follow short and well constructed trail detour.
Always great to bike on the trail in addition to the Metro Parks Bikeway which connects at the Mahoning & Trumbull County lines. Niles is approx 4 miles in length and the adjoining Metro Parks Bikeway is 11 miles. Trail starts in the city of Niles and goes through a park like area and old industrial sites. Trail in very good cared for condition.
Very nice trail to ride good scenery along the way have done parts working completely the thing from Massillon to Dalton
My young son and I biked this trail. Once around the loop, then up to the falls and back. It was 5.71 miles, according to our tracker. There were some hills that were too steep/long for a young rider. There were 2 specifics areas where I did not feel safe, personally. It is necessary to cross some major roads to complete this trail, and one crosswalk light was not functioning, unfortunately, at a busy and tricky intersection where multiple roads meet at odd angles. The view of the falls was mostly obscured by foliage, and we didn’t get a good view at all. This was really disappointing, as it was kind of out “reward” for a lengthy ride (for us) on a hot day.
Short and sweet with beautiful views of the cultural gardens. If you want a longer/challenging ride take the lakeshore afterward
Nice trail- at times a little tedious
Great trail lots to offer-well maintained
I agree with the previous reviewer on everything, but I'll add one thing: When I biked this trail in June 2020, Horsehoe Lake had been drained and was a big ugly mud flat. Lower Shaker Lake was still pretty. Otherwise, this trail is ok but unimpressive.
Nice surface for strollers or bike riding. Largely shaded by trees. Very pretty.
The crushed stone is flat enough to push a stroller or ride a bike without problem. Very well shaded from trees and relatively flat.
Absolutely Love it.. It's great for walking. Running and biking
The crack in the trail were taxing. They are ever 20-30 feet for most of the trail. It honestly kind of ruined the experience. Otherwise it’s a nice trail.
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