Welcome Dayton Hikers!
We will hike a pace of about 2.8 to 3.0. It might be muddy so dress for the weather. WE WILL DO ALL THE LOOPS about 5.4 miles Directions: take exit 63 off I75 onto 40... Learn more
Hosted by: Teresa A (Donating Member 2017)
This is a "Get Out And Go" hike! Join members of the Miami Valley Outdoor Club for a Tuesday hike at Taylorsville MetroPark. This will continue to be a fast-paced hike. ... Learn more
Hosted by: Sharon M (Donating Member 2017)
If the map link above is not working try the direction options below, the location is on the south end of the dam. This hike will be a partial out and back hike with a... Learn more
- Caesar Creek State Park - Flat Fork Picnic Area
- see directions in the details, Waynesville, OH (map)
Hosted by: Keith F.
This Meetup repeats every 2 weeks on Tuesday
Lake Hike on Tuesday Nights at Caesar Creek, 4.5 Miles 2 going Tue Mar 14 6:30 PM Lake Hike on Tuesday Nights at Caesar Creek, 4.5 Miles 2 going Tue Mar 28 6:30 PM Lake Hike on Tuesday Nights at Caesar Creek, 4.5 Miles 2 going Tue Apr 11 6:30 PM
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10 At 10 At The Twin
This is a moderate Pace hike. Bring snacks and water. Afterwards going to the junction to get the best pork sandwich in this state.
Narrows Reserve Moderate 5 mile
The Narrows is a unique combination of river and woods. Most of the hike will be hiking along the river. There is some up & down. We will hike 3 large hills. Some of the... Learn more
Friday night hike at beautiful Taylorsville Dam
Hi I'm leading or following a 5.3 mile hike. Hike will start at 6:30pm. This hike will last 1.5 to 2 hours. This will be a 2.7 to 3 mile an hour hike. A little brisk. .... Learn more
Sugarcreek MetroPark 3.5
If you can get off work a little early... let's catch the last of the warm weather and pretend it's Spring! We’ll walk the green loop with a jaunt through the field (... Learn more
5 Mile Hike at Bill Yeck - Smith House Entrance
Moderately-paced (around 3.0 mph) hike for approximately 5 miles. Bring water and trekking poles (optional). There are a few creek crossings using large rocks, one of... Learn more
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