During our vacation we decided to try out a few more Ohio trails.
These trails are within 3.5 to 4 hrs. If Indy.
1. Dillon State Park, Zanesville ,Oh. 26 miles
These trails Rock! Literaly. The trails are very well marked, you can't get lost or turned around here.
The red trails are excedingly difficult and rocky. The yellow trail is rocky,rooty and extreamly steep at times. With lots of bridges and elevated trail.
This is a MUST RIDE!
2. Mohican, Loudenville, Oh. 24 miles.
A little bit of everything, long and physicaly demanding. Well marked. Another must ride
3. Alum Creek, Columbus,Oh 14 miles
Phase 1 is now more technical than last time we rode there, it is well ridden in and rooty as all Hell with a lot of in trail goodies. Phase 2 is now the easier of the two trails. Fast and flowing with some in trail features. A must ride if in the area.
4. Vultures Knob, Wooster, Oh. 7 miles
Simply put! This trail kicks ass! Rangeline is child's play compared to this place. This place has some of the coolest bridges I have ever seen on a trail. Rite at the start is a very large Arch bridge at least 50 foot tall and 100 foot long. A cable suspended bridge 50 foot long and scary as all Hell and something I can only describe as a down the ravine over the creek and up the other side up jump. This place is NOT! for beginners, you must be adept at riding very technical trails & features.
Vultures Knob is privatly owned but open to the public 365 days. You must sighn a waiver and donate @ least $5 to ride. Currently there are several dedicated downhill runs being made. Can't wait for them to open.
Will post picts of the bridges and jump