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Mogadore Pt.9 - Pt.14
The plan is to meet at Lynn Rd. just west of Pt. 14(N[masked] W[masked]) from there we will car pool to Pt. 9(N[masked] W[masked]) to begin hike. The hike is about 11.5 miles, 4.3 will be off road. This is hike 1 of 2 to complete the Little Loop. Bring plenty of water and a snack.

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The Crooked River Chapter of the Buckeye Trail Association is the chapter for those who live near or along the Akron (http://www.buckeyetrail.org/sections/sections.php?section=akron), Bedford (http://www.buckeyetrail.org/sections/sections.php?section=bedford), Burton (http://www.buckeyetrail.org/sections/sections.php?section=bedford), and Mogadore (http://www.buckeyetrail.org/sections/sections.php?section=mogadore) sections. These sections comprise the majority of the "Little Loop". Hikers who complete the "Little Loop" are eligible for a patch (http://www.buckeyetrail.org/circuit.php)! The CRC’s extent includes the Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Summit, Ashtabula, Trumbull, Portage, Mahoning and Stark Counties (Stark County is shared with the Muskingum Lakes Chapter). We support the Buckeye Trail through hiking, backpacking, and volunteer events.

The Buckeye Trail Association is the leader in building, maintaining, protecting and promoting use of Ohio's longest scenic hiking trail for our citizens, communities and partners. We provide outdoor recreation, opportunities to volunteer, education, access to the varied resources of Ohio and local economic benefits.

The Buckeye Trail, Ohio's State Scenic Trail, is a sustainable hiking trail that provides a safe and unique experience throughout the state reflecting the diverse resources, people and stories of Ohio. The trail is a dedicated, recognized and protected route developed and maintained by the Buckeye Trail Association, an organization reflective of the diversity of the trail. The Buckeye Trail Association works in close partnership with communities, organizations and agencies around Ohio creating a legacy for present and future generations.

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