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awesome trail, beautiful views. definitely not a beginner hiker's best option. some of the hill climbs are steep, but the trail is well marked and very easy to follow. we took our time & it was about a 4-1/2 hour hike from hells hollow falls to the covered bridge at mcconnels mill. also, we didnt see ANY litter along the whole hike, not did we see many people!

Ran gate to 11 and the trails were perfect as technical trail can be. Be ready to do some climbing

on Roaring Run

mountain biking
3 days ago

decent trail, very slight incline going out until roughly 3 1/2 miles out, then a bit of a hill climb. but I see old people doing it enough, so it's not exactly a leg burner. stick to the left at the top of the hill and you'll find a little waterfall tucked away behind the tree line, there's no signs indicating it, just have to use your brain for half a second.
Also the marked map on this app is inaccurate, it's merging the rock furnace trail and roaring run. Just stay straight when you get to the little bridge, that continues roaring run, not the left hand turn this app is telling you take (that is rock furnace trail).

Holy moly - what a hard trail - so fun though! Great hike into the shelter area, camp overnight, and hike back out the next morning. THERE IS NO DRINKING WATER AVAILABLE AT SHELTERS! There is a nice stream very close by though, lots of water available just make sure you bring tablets or a filter and you’ll be good to go :)

Not too difficult, not too easy either. Love this trail though as it is super close to my home.

trail running
13 days ago

great trail but got a little lost towards the middle. follow signs more than the map overlay on the app. was a little muddy which made it tricky but would recommend and return for another run.

walking
14 days ago

Nice, relaxing walk with some pretty water features. We went with our 2 y/o and dog on a Saturday morning, but it started to get a bit crowded in the afternoon. The park was clean and well-kept, however some of the fellow walkers were a bit rude and unfriendly.

mountain biking
16 days ago

Great time! We did bikes with our kids. They are 10 and 7. Everyone had a blast!

short trail but very beautiful. The trail is carved along a small creek with neat sedimentary rock formations with several waterfalls.

22 days ago

about 1/3 the hike is following deer trails.

Beautiful trail.

great trail but during heavy rains it can be soggy in some parts. signage is mostly great.

hiking
1 month ago

Fantastic scenic trail! Walking along the river with the sounds and sights of the white water rapids and seeing some kayakers was terrific. Very pretty scenery with bridges and waterfalls and large rock formations - plenty to see! Not as hilly as I expected (definitely some hills in certain areas just expected more) but be careful on this trail as it lives up to its name "Slippery Rock" and it is very easy to fall on rocks if you aren't focusing on your steps. Did it with my 12 year old son and he loved it. We do a lot of hiking and this is the most scenic and challenging trail (in terms of terrain) we have done to-date. Bring plenty of water and bug spray! Highly recommend this trail but just stay focused and be cautious!

on Fall Run Trail

walking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail, lots of nice bridges, falls are terrific. Fun for kids.

paddle sports
1 month ago

Hmj

I just did this trail yesterday and it was definitely a challenge! Felt like a bada** mountain hiker. And the overlook at around 2.2 miles in was sooo worth it! Stopped there on the way back for a few mins to rest & recharge before finishing the last leg. Met some cool people along the way and made for a fun day trip at Ohiopyle.

Did the first 3 miles from Ohiopyle to get to some brookie streams. Challenging beginning at mile 2 but a good workout

Very Easy trail great for a quick walk. There are many very beautiful bridges that follow a wonderful stream. The 30foot waterfall is Definatly the highlight, but there are a few other small gems along the short hike. An observation deck is along the side of the waterfall, great for picture snapping.

Trail Video
https://youtu.be/PUvmmV53Mbc

It was an easy trail, some spots were rocky but lots of beautiful views.

Hiked this trail over the weekend. Started at Hells Hollow and went to Eckert Bridge and back. It was definitely a challenging trail with a lot of rocks and roots. Make sure your ankles are supported if that is a common issue for you. Took a bit of time off trail and stopped to eat. Took us about 7 hrs for two out of shape wandering types. The trail was well marked and at no time did I feel like I was in danger. There were some muddy parts and fallen trees to climb over but we felt like it made things more interesting. Walnut Flats is a nice relaxing walk after the big inclines. The rocks are definitely slippery so the trail is true to name. We drove from Cleveland to hike this trail and it was absolutely worth it. I only wish I had the energy to make it down Kildoo trail as well. Will definitely check it out again.

The trail is a quick one, all down hill, not scenic, very rocky with divots. When you reach the creek take a left to view the waterfall. The creek has some nice areas to view aside from the waterfall. It's also a nudist area which is clearly marked on multiple rocks you'll see. It was worth it to see the waterfall but the trail itself is boring, not a place I'd go back to unless I become a nudist.

very pretty, nice walk/hike, quiet

beautiful trail..as someone else said not kid friendly to the left of the trail head..this is a nude area..i was not comfortable even seeing the falls..will return in the fall when clothing is not optional..other than that was a nice trail..abd no I am not a prude..lol..

hiking
2 months ago

It’s a very pleasant trail. There is definitely no river as the description states, but the Ohio is nearby and easy to get to...by car.

walking
2 months ago

Unless you are over 60 and plan to walk, this is NOT the trail for you. A beautiful location and very flat, but a SERIOUS anti-bike and anti-dog vibe. Multiple signs about potentially banning the trail from dogs, and pulling the port-a-potties because people aren't picking up after their dogs. I get that people should clean-up after their dogs, but there are no garbage cans available for the waste or picnic garbage. Its a shame that such potential is being squandered.

This trail is awesome!

Very nice. Too short. Well maintained.

Bugs, bugs, and more bugs. Explains all the spider webs. Won't be returning.

mountain biking
2 months ago

I'd give this a better rating because I use to love riding my mountain bike and horses here but some dipstick decided to make it off limits to anyone other than hikers. Now it's all overgrown.

hiking
2 months ago

Personal favorite of mine. The trails are dog friendly and there is access to Walnut Creek as well. Asbury is well maintained, beautiful, and just an all around great place for running, biking, or enjoying some trails with your pup.

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