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Wagtail Trail

2.7 Miles
Easy
2
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Trail added on:
January 23, 2018
Updated on:
November 20, 2018

Dogs (leashed)

The Wagtail Trail at Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park in Grove City, Ohio is an easy 2.2 mile loop trail that runs through the prairies of the park. The trail has various loops, with 4 independent loops in total. To hike the entire trail, you'll end up hitting some out-and-back sections as well.

On the northeast section of the trail, you'll hike downhill at a fairly steep slope and then back up to the ridge about 0.3 miles after the initial descent. Dogs are allowed on this trail.


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39.88785, -83.227145

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68 '

Total Change
79 '

Ascent
80 '

Descent
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2.7 miles
Trail added
January 23, 2018
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