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Spring Hollow Trail is a 2.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Akron, Ohio that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 2.1 mi Elevation gain 232 ft Route type Loop

Dog friendly

Hiking

Forest

River

Views

Wildlife

Blowdown

Bugs

Muddy

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Rochelle Reed
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Hiking

this tra used to kick my butt, today I loved this trail

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Suzanne Carmichael
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Kennedy King
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Hiking

The sign says 1.6 miles but this site says 2.1 miles. Lots of hills but very pretty

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Hiking

Conditions are really good on the trail right now as it hadn’t rained in a while. The stream crossings were a breeze.

Kay C
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HikingMuddy

Really enjoyed this trail with my dog! Started out pretty easy, but the end of the trail was a nice little workout with lots of ups and downs. Some nice views and fun chances to hop across rocks to get across a creek. A little muddy in spots, but nothing we couldn’t get around.

Georgiann DeWerth
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Fun trail

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Catherine Widemire
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Hiking

Nice and dry trail, I would advise to use caution if going right after a rain. Loved the hills! Great workout for a easy hour loop hike.

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Sonja C
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Hiking

This was closer to 2 miles than 1.6 miles. It was a little rough for our family. The hills were ok but the second half of the trail was narrow and the trail was quite bumpy.

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Shannon Long
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Andrew Spencer
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Tim S
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HikingMuddy

One of the best in the metro-parks in my opinion along with Adam Run. The re-route they did at some point is fun, the steps on the Spring Hollow loop, both the uphill and downhill are gone and I think it's better in terms of keeping a pace going. Definitely some incline, but it's switchbacks now instead of stairs. A couple small stream crossings but nothing too bad.

Rhett Short
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John Vendetti
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Love it.

Sasha Peters
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Anita Sprouse
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Dianne Spencer
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Hiking

This is a great trail. Sadly they tore out a small section that ran down between two hills. It was beautiful and lush and now gone.

Dee McGee
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Loved the views!

Coco Miletti
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There were a lot of bugs but it was nice change of scenery

Michelle and Jeanne
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Hiking

The bugs were awful this day and I really didn't know why this trail was marked as hard. We found it to be easy with the exception of one incline that added a little more of a workout. Other than that...seemed pretty easy.

Kristen Dunn
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Hiking

My husband I really enjoyed this trail. we will go back in the near future. We took the 3.6 mile trail; it was a good workout.

James Sunyak
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Frozen and snowy trail today

Don Trachsel
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Hiking

This was an awesome little trail. I took my boys, ages 3 and 4 and they had a blast. The trails were up and down a lot toward the end and while it is only 1.5 miles long it was a workout. Some of the trails were a little narrow but the drop-offs were minimal so I felt safe letting the boys walk on their own. There were many steps to help with some of the verticals and a few bridges added to the trail experience. definitely adding this to my favorites. Heading back another day to do Adams trail which shares some of these sames paths but is more than twice as long.

Matt Russ
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Rick Larson
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Nick Ference
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Andy B.
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Rob Logan
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Justin Martin
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