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Little Miami Scenic Trail

Traversing 78 miles along the Little Miami State and National Scenic River, this trail was one of the first rail-to-trail projects in the country and remains one of the longest multi-use trails in the United States.

LENGTH

78 miles

 

TERRAIN

Paved, wooded, urban

 

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Easy to moderate

 

CONNECTING TRAILS:

Ohio River Trail, Countryside YMCA Trail, Ohio-to-Erie Trail, US Bike Route 21, Miami Valley Trail Network

 

END POINTS:

Newtown, Ohio, to Springfield, Ohio 

   

COUNTIES:

Hamilton, Clermont, Warren, Greene, Clark

 

LEARN MORE:

Little Miami State Park

Friends of Little Miami State Park

Great Parks of Hamilton County

Beechmont Bridge Project

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