Adam Run Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Akron, OH that features a river. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
The 3.2-mile Adam Run Trail forms a sort of figure eight with Spring Hollow Trail. Travels through ravines and over streams.
moderate difficulty. very nice during fall.
Beautiful trail following river bed. Also nice meadow too!
So far the best one in this area. Pretty decent incline and some rock hopping to avoid running water which I enjoy. Mosquitos were insane but was wearing spray. A little on the wet/muddy side but all in all a good workout with beautiful scenery.
Great hike to go on Friday after work!
Very Hilly, can be difficult with a lot of rain. Bridge is fixed.
We've had a dry summer so this trail was fully accessible and quite easy in late August. Beautiful views! Excited to return and attempt in the fall but I don't imagine crossing the river will be easy without bridges. :)
Frozen trail today and half of it is still closed due to a storm from last year. with it being frozen you can hike it.
Awesome trail. Lots of elevation change Great trail but I would rate it as a more difficult for the area!
This trail is currently closed but there is a shorter trail that can be taken Springhill I believe.
aesthetically enjoyable with deep woods "feel". decent climbs equate to decent work out. few flights of stairs difficult when wet.