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Covered Bridge Trail

0.7 Miles
Easy
1
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Trail added on:
January 23, 2018
Updated on:
November 20, 2018

Dogs (leashed)

The Covered Bridge Trail at Slate Run Metro Park in Ashville, Ohio is an easy 0.7 mile out-and-back lollipop hike (out-and-back with loop) that goes through a covered bridge and connects with the Shagbark Trail. The trail starts out as a spur that leads into a loop and ends back at initial spur trail before heading back to parking. The trail is a total of 0.7 miles if you continue back on the spur, but the GPS data ends at the end of the lollipop loop and only displays 0.5 miles on the elevation chart. Dogs are allowed on this trail.

To reach this trailhead, you first need to hike in on the Connector Trail where you can also find parking


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39.763206, -82.852227

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35 '

Total Change
45 '

Ascent
23 '

Descent
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0.7 miles
Trail added
January 23, 2018
Updated on
November 20, 2018
0.7 miles
April 23, 2018
Nice little trail - Dog Friendly
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