• Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Nature Center Evening Hike

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    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Hosted by: Rosa L My contact phone #[masked] Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome

  • Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Evening Hike

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    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome My contact phone #[masked]

  • Pine Lane Trailhead to Peninsula Sunday Hike

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    Distance: About 9+ miles (about 3 hours) Rating: Easy - Intermediate (there is one good hill at the start) Description: From the Pine Lane Trailhead, we'll take the Buckeye Trail to the Boston Visitor Center and back the same way. This is a truly beautiful hike. Some hills to make more interesting. I hope to see you there! The route: http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=2246859 Directions: The Trailhead is right off of 303 about 1/2 mile East of Peninsula. Follow the link above and you should find it OK. Dogs Leashed, welcome. Kids welcome There is plenty places to eat downtown Peninsula, my favorite is Winking Lizard located at: 1615 Main St, Peninsula, OH 44264 (330)[masked]

  • Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Nature Center Evening Hike

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    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Hosted by: Rosa L My contact phone #[masked] Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome

  • Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Evening Hike

    Location visible to members

    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome My contact phone #[masked]

  • Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Nature Center Evening Hike

    Location visible to members

    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Hosted by: Rosa L My contact phone #[masked] Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome

  • Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Evening Hike

    Location visible to members

    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome My contact phone #[masked]

  • Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Nature Center Evening Hike

    Location visible to members

    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Hosted by: Rosa L My contact phone #[masked] Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome

  • Easy-Intermediate Rocky River Evening Hike

    Location visible to members

    This will be a weekly hikes combination easy not stroll and Intermediate paced hike of about 4 to 5 miles that will start at the Nature Center and the trails behind the Nature Center. The trails have stairs and hills making it more challenging than the all purpose trail which would be rated more along the lines of easy. During the summer we meet at 6:30 and leave promptly at 6:35. Directions: From I-480W take exet for Clague Rd.; South on Clague; right on Mastick Rd.; left on Shepard's Hill Lane downhill into Rocky River Reservation; parking lot will be on the right just before Shepard's Hill Lane meets Valley Parkway. We will meet in front of the Nature Center. Dogs: Leashed dogs are welcome My contact phone #[masked]

  • WETMORE & LANGES RUN TRAILS CUYAHOGA VALLEY NATIONAL PARK

    1000 Truxell Road Peninsula Ohio

    Wetmore and Langes Trail loops are comprised of about 9 miles in all, but is part of 20 miles of equestrian trails that fortify this region of the CVNP—made up of old farmers paths and logging roads. The Wetmore Trail (which includes Tabletop Trail (https://www.hikingproject.com/trail/7016554/tabletop-trail) and Langes Run Trail (https://www.hikingproject.com/trail/7016507/langes-run-trail)) has been a bit “incomplete” until recently. Back in 2003, heavy flood damage closed nearly a mile of the trail and a fairly comprehensive restoration effort by the Conservancy was necessary to bring the trail back into pedestrian and equestrian shape. A 2013 Trail Management Plan was executed and pulled the section back in line with the trail corridor, which is anchored by the moderate Wetmore and Langes Trail loops. Wetmore Trail: Distance: 4.5 miles Hiking Time: 2.5 hours Rating: Moderate Elevation Change: 250 feet Langes Run Trail: Distance: 3.5 miles Rating: Moderate to Difficlult Elevtion Change: 190 feet