A Path Through Ohio: A Cyclist's Guide to the Ohio to Erie Trail

Bikepacking

A Path Through Ohio: A Cyclist's Guide to the Ohio to Erie Trail

Mark J. Looney

A Path Through Ohio describes a cyclist's experience through Ohio's major bike pathway. Along with the official Ohio To Erie Trail (OTET) maps—sold separately, this journal and guide will help prepare you for a tour through Ohio’s vibrant cities of Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati by bike path. The 3rd Edition includes updated maps and charts that help plan a ride on the OTET. The 326-mile path opens the rider to old canal towpaths and paved rail beds with a backyard view of Ohio’s diverse cultures, lush scenery and centuries of history. Whether you’re planning; a day trip, an out and back, a multi-day or the entire OTET, A Path Through Ohio will provide a memorable preview of what Ohio has in store for you. The OTET has been designated the State Route 1 and is nationally recognized as USBR 21 extending to Atlanta, GA.

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