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Ohio to Erie Trail, Ohio

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The Ohio to Erie Trail is a system of bike paths and streets that create a route that spans over 300 miles across the State of Ohio. There are around 269 miles of regional recreational trails that are used along the route with the remainder along designated roadways between the separate segments of trail. The trail passes through the heart and suburbs of major cities, through numerous small towns, across miles of farmland and miles of forest, across wetlands and over multiple bridges.

The Oho to Erie Trail is open for non-motorized uses such as bike riding and walking. Some segments allow horses. Most segments are paved or have an improved surface of compacted limestone.

The Ohio to Erie Trail includes segments from the following recreational trails (starting in the Cincinnati area going northeast):

SEGMENTSPANMILAGE*
Little Miami Scenic Trail Newtown to Cincinnati 78.5
Prairie Grass Trail Xenia to London 19
Roberts Pass Trail London to Lilly Chapel 6.5
Camp Chase Trail Lilly Chapel to Columbus 15.2
Road Galloway to Columbus 8.5
Scotio Greenway Trail Columbus 2.7
Olentangy Greenway Trail Columbus 10
Road Columbus to Westerville 6.5
Maxtown Schrock Trail Westerville 2.8
Genoa Trail Deleware County 4.6
Hoover Scenic Trail Delaware County 0.6
Road Galena to Centerburg 0.5
Galena Cemetery Road Galena 0.4
Road Galena to Centerburg 17.6
Heart of Ohio Trail Centerburg to Mt Vernon 17.6
Road Mt Vernon 1.2
Kokosing Gap Trail Mt Vernon to Danville 13
Mohican Valley Trail Danville to Gann 4.5
Road Gann to Killbuck 13.5
Holmes County Trail Killbuck to Fredericksburg 15.5
Road Fredericksburg to Dalton 18
Sippo Valley Trail Dalton to Massillon 8
Congressman Ralph Regula Towpath Trail Massilon to Clinton 13
Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail Clinton to Cleveland 51

* Distances are approximate


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Ohio To Eire Trail in Ohio.

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