Five Great Ohio Bike Trails

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Findley State Park

Findley State Park has eight different biking trails, which range in length (0.4 to nine miles) and difficulty. The hardest biking trail at Findley is the Thorn Trail mountain bike trail, which includes obstacles, banks, steep hills and heavily wooded areas.

Helmets are highly recommended.

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Kokosing Gap Trail

The Kokosing Gap Trail, about 14 miles long, stretches between Mount Vernon and Danville. It's easy to complete since it consists of paved trails and long bridges (some of which are over 250 feet long). With peaceful scenery surrounding the riders and plenty of benches along the way for breaks, the Kokosing Gap trail is perfect for a relaxing spring day.

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Nelson Ledges Quarry Park

Nelson Ledges Quarry Park has bike trails around the enormous, water-filled quarries (which offer the opportunity for some small-scale quarry-jumping, too). On top of biking, this park has big music festivals, camping and fishing to keep you busy.

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About The Author

Anne Nickoloff

Anne Nickoloff, a blogging intern, helps produce online content for Scene Magazine. She studies English and Psychology at Case Western Reserve University, and is involved with campus media. In her free time, Anne enjoys skiing, knitting, and exploring Cleveland.
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