The Olentangy Greenway Trail in Columbus, Ohio is an easy 12.5 mile one-way scenic trail that takes users through the Olentangy Greenway Corridor, from Worthington Hills Park and runs south to Confluence Park in downtown Columbus. This trail winds through several neighborhoods along the Olentangy
River, with trailheads at several major city parks, including Antrim
Park and Whetstone Park. The path also travels through the heart of the
Ohio State University campus.
Metro Parks manages the trail from Worthington Hills to I-270 on the north side, Antrim Park to Lane Avenue, and King Avenue to Confluence Park.
MyHikes is an indie web platform aimed to make exploring public trails easier for everyone. The site has no investors and is owned and operated by one person, Dave Miller / Admin. As the main contributor and doer-of-all-things for MyHikes, I share my experiences from hikes and backpacking trips on MyHikes for fun on a volunteer basis and I believe that public trail information should be available to everyone.
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