Miami Whitewater-Shaker Trace Trail is a 1.3 mile loop trail located near Harrison, Ohio. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, and road biking.
I walk and bike this trail often as I live near it. great upkeep and always a nice trip!
Way better than I expected! A really nice variety to the scenery and not just a walk in the woods. Paved trails have their strengths and weaknesses, but overall a great way to spend a few hours. The trail is open to foot traffic as well as bicycles and even horses if you are so inclined.
flat paved trail through a lot of farmland. mostly saw joggers and bikers along trail. descent trail if you're just looking for distance
I think most people actually use this as a distance running and biking trail--it's a little flat to be called a hike. But it's a nice, flat trail for biking or running, with some nice scenery.
Not really a hiking trail. Good for distance running and short distance bicycling. Used to ride this quite often in college when I was using a commuter bike. Very beautiful countryside through farmland. Fully paved. Main trail head is at a park that has an entry fee if you don't have a park pass. Trail head has restrooms, water fountains, and all the normal municipal park features. Nothing out along the trail. Not much shade along the route either.
Pretty trail but not particularly interesting for hikers; most of it goes through farmers' fields, paved all the way. Pretty flat. Wear sunscreen, most of it is unshaded.