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When navigating with The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps take note of the bridges and use them as landmarks. Understanding when the route goes over or under a bridge, or over a road at surface level can help you … Continue reading
The mileage marks on the Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps can help you to calculate the distance between trail towns and other locations on the route. Mileage marks are indicated by red arrows. The distance, in miles, between two … Continue reading
The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps were designed to be easy to use if you are traveling north to south or south to north. The map panels and the accompanying text was created to be useful regardless of your … Continue reading
The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps contain the most current information on newly paved trail sections and changes to the road routes of the Ohio To Erie Trail. Late in 2013 some new construction allowed several miles of road … Continue reading
Guy and I are delighted to announce the big news! Printed Maps of The Ohio to Erie Trail are now available! They are the perfect companion to our IGotABike Ohio To Erie Trail Guide. The even bigger news is that … Continue reading
Guy and I are always looking at maps of Ohio and scheming on bicycle tour locations. We can see great potential for a loop from Cleveland to The Western Reserve Greenway with a return via the Bike and Hike Trail … Continue reading
The Ohio To Erie Trail through Columbus is fairly easy to navigate going south to north. From US 40 / Broad Street you pick up the The Scioto River Trail in downtown Columbus and then follow the Olentangy Trail north … Continue reading
Fall overnight camping tour 120 miles: Cleveland to Navarre using the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad with Map S24O ish, part 1
For those of you who read the previous entry about our fall tour you know that selecting the route for this trip had many parameters that influenced our decision including: the ever present constraint of available time to get away; … Continue reading
Last weekend Guy and I had a break in our schedules and a break in the weather and were itching to do another overnight bike tour. So I dug into the maps and tried to dream up a good route. … Continue reading