Adam Run Trail is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Akron, Ohio that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
3.3 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
308 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

trail running

walking

forest

river

wildlife

bridge out

The 3.2-mile Adam Run Trail forms a sort of figure eight with Spring Hollow Trail. Travels through ravines and over streams.

21 days ago

Beautiful. One of my favorites. Offers a little bit of everything. Good elevation changes, stream crossings, etc

hiking
1 month ago

What a surprise to find this gem. One of my new favorites I will be going go back to.
Went back a week later with dog and he did get a tick...but this is nature.

hiking
1 month ago

I hike here all the time and am a huge fan! Generally not crowded, 2 options (full and half loops), goes through woods, creeks and meadows, have seen lots of wildlife (hawks, deer, snakes, bunnies, small lizards), plenty of trees to hang a hammock near the path, and an archery range close by. Does get muddy and slippery after rain though. The full trail goes through a cool pine tree grove planted (if I remember correctly) by a girl scout troop.

hiking
1 month ago

a great workout

hiking
2 months ago

Challenging trail and hike, but it is beautiful to hike through. One if my favorites to do. Very slippery spots here and there, but I’m sure it’s because of the rain we have been getting and it doesn’t have time to dry due to the trail being shady.

hiking
2 months ago

This trail was surprisingly pretty. I enjoyed the four creek crossings. On the farthest point from the beginning of the hike, there are open fields of tall grass. It was quite beautiful in the rain.

hiking
2 months ago

Wonderful mix, high grass and mostly forest trail crosses gully washes at a few points.

trail running
3 months ago

hiking, walking, trail running...backpacking trek training...best all round trail for those pursuits around. You can cut it in half if you don't have time for the full 3.2 by taking the shorter trail option, well marked, name evades me! New trails cut, and just lovely. good elevation gain, hike along the creek, and up along the ridge and plateau with meadows and grassland. nice!

3 months ago

solid hike. the trails were perfectly maintained.

hiking
3 months ago

Fantastic hike today. The trail was slippery in a few places and there were opportunities to hop across streams. Very well marked trail. Beautiful wildflower meadow area at the back of the loop, so glad I opted for the longer hike even though it was sprinkling a bit.

hiking
3 months ago

It was a perfect hike. I loved the ever-changing scenery. It was awesome for a weeknight hike!

hiking
3 months ago

Most enjoyable. The “Top of the world” is a wonderful spot for meditation or a little yoga. From there to the trail head can be a little noisy, being so close to Bath Rd.
Be careful in the rain.

hiking
3 months ago

Wonderful trail, a mix of forested and open high field grasses. Does include some significant ups and downs which is nice but to be aware of. Wonderful couple hour hike.

hiking
4 months ago

we our at Adams run one of my favorite places on 83 degree today with the dogs

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4 months ago

One of the neater trails I've found in the area in terms of terrain and scenery, and not much noise pollution from traffic until the last 1/4.

5 months ago

Great trail, saw a snake.

hiking
5 months ago

Beautiful views, we went to the left first and enjoyed the climb. There was little to no water running so we had no trouble crossing areas that may have had runoff’s.

trail running
5 months ago

I love this trail! Awesome for trail running. A moderate amount of hills, lovely wildflowers in May, and some little stream hops. Super fun.

6 months ago

Me and my friend Amy do this trail all the time. We like it because it’s a little challenging and always empty. There’s never really anyone there whenever we go. There’s a set of stairs here and there’s also a nice elevation. Make sure your shoes are waterproof as you might or might not get wet crossing the river. I will most definitely be back.

6 months ago

Love this trail! It gives you a little of everything from water, hills, streams, fields, pine trees etc

7 months ago

Nice trail with decent elevations. I liked the creek crossings.

hiking
8 months ago

Muddy but beautiful scenery on a 58 degree winter day!

9 months ago

It's a great trail with a good mix of hills and flora. There are a few times that the path crosses the stream without a bridge.

Saturday, September 02, 2017

Nice trail through different terrain. If you turn left, the climb is more gentle and the down piece at the end is not hard. Turn right in the beginning of you want a steeper start. Most of the trail is definitely easy.

Sunday, August 06, 2017

My kids say this is their favorite trail we go to. This trail is s must see in the fall during peak foliage

hiking
Saturday, August 05, 2017

Great trail..plenty of steps..lots of shaded areas

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Definitely a great way to start getting back in shape
And a nice scenery as well

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Great trail, very serene. Nice ups and downs but not too strenuous. Mostly through wooded area, short section through meadow.

hiking
Thursday, July 13, 2017

This is one of the better trails in the area. It's good in all seasons. Lots of trillium in the spring.

There are actually two trails here: The Spring Hollow trail is a shortened version of the Adam Run Trail. At the far end of the parking lot, you can go left or right. Left goes along the creek, crossing it several times and is pretty leisurely for about a mile or so. Right heads uphill and gets steep pretty quickly, with a number of stairs in several spots. I usually go left.

The trail is wide and easy with aforementioned creek crossings. This first section (and on up to Top of the World) is pleasing because it's one of the few trails in the area that's not near roads. The Spring Hollow Trail goes to the right up a narrow, steep ravine after which you'll return to the parking lot (go right at the top of the ravine). The Spring Hollow Loop is about 1.6 miles. Go straight for Adams Run.

You'll continue through a grove of white pines (planted by a GS troop back in 1968 according to a sign there) and will eventually hike along the edge of some old fields at Top of the World. Then, you'll enter the woods again, following the trail back to the parking lot. The last stretch of the hike is close to Bath Road, which means traffic noise.

hiking
Sunday, July 09, 2017

Awesome trail. Good amount of ups and downs, beautiful scenery. Great in all weather conditions... although some parts can be sketchy if it's too icy. Will definitely keep coming back to this trail.

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