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Cuyahoga Valley National Park (12)  


Introduction

Park History

Ohio & Erie Canal

Towpath Trail

Cuyahoga River

Railroad

Brandywine Falls

Brandywine Creek

Inn at Brandywine Falls

Buildings

Hale Farm

Boston Area

Horseshoe Pond

Kendall Lake

Ledges Area

Brecksville Reservation

Trails

Plants and Vegetation

Park Views

References



Trails

Best known of the recreational byways in the park is the Canal Towpath, but there are a number of additional trails available for hiking as well. There are 186 miles of trails in the park. The trail below, which runs along Brandywine Creek, has a trailhead which is located next to the Brandywine Inn.




This trail leads through the woods down the side of the gorge which contains the creek.

A unique feature of the trail is the stepping stone bridge which crosses Brandywine Creek.

Wetmore Trail is located in the eastern section of the park.

Another view of the Towpath Trail, which contains informational kiosks along its route, is shown below.


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