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I enjoy walking and running a long the river. I use it mostly by OSU and between Goodale and up to... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2013
sms74
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Columbus, Ohio
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Biked from the Columbus Zoo at Powell to Henderson Road

The Olentangy Bike Path is very popular with all type of runners, walkers, and bikers. Watch out... read more

Reviewed January 9, 2013
ArtS433
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Powell Ohio, United States
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Reviewed June 1, 2013 via mobile

I enjoy walking and running a long the river. I use it mostly by OSU and between Goodale and up to Henderson. Some restoration work is being done right now. It's going to look great when this section near OSU is done. Patrons are respectful...More

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Reviewed January 9, 2013

The Olentangy Bike Path is very popular with all type of runners, walkers, and bikers. Watch out for other people. There are some ruts in the pavement. The path is maintained by the Metro Parks and they do a great job!

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Reviewed September 21, 2012

If start at North end, go from cool forest trees, to under I-270, to the lake, to the residential section, and pass through multiple parks, go past OSU stadium, to downtown at the Scioto River and Santa Maria. Interesting with some challenging sections of access...More

Thank tom2sheri1
Reviewed August 23, 2012

A very good path, with lots of great sights, some man-made, some natural. However, many detours during our trip, and we found the signage to be quite poor for a path of this size in a city of this size. There should be signs all...More

2  Thank TimmyB1957
Reviewed August 21, 2012

Bike trail that runs along the Olentangy River, unfortunately the 315 highway also runs this route so there is always some traffic noise. Lots of people biking, jogging, and walking the trail so it can get busy. Runs by OSU campus too so usually lots...More

1  Thank Redsfancmh
Reviewed July 19, 2012

Very well-maintained trail, great for individual bike riding, running, or fast walking - but VERY crowded during nice weather, so there is not usually room to walk, run, or ride next to another person - doing so can be hazardous to you and your companion...More

1  Thank Megan R
Reviewed July 16, 2012

This path is a great place for riding or walking. It is a pretty area to exercise in. Your dogs will enjoy walking this too!

Thank lukay
Reviewed July 11, 2012

Well maintained bike path down the cener of the city. Pavement and parks along the way are well maintained, and generally pleasant to cycle or run on. Be aware, cyclists often fail to announce when passing. Please call out before you pass others, and give...More

2  Thank Pete S
Reviewed May 28, 2012

This is a fantastic trail. I was visiting relatives recently who live nearby and entered near the northern end. The trail is paved, well-marked (with directional signs as well as spray-painted warnings about bumps from roots), and often shaded. Although it was Saturday of Memorial...More

3  Thank jsctraveler
Reviewed January 15, 2012

I use this path for exercise and for transportation. There are many beautiful parklands along the path's length. It runs from Worthington through downtown and into the Brewery District. It also connects to the Scioto and I-670 paths. It's well maintained and highly utilized. If...More

1  Thank Howtle
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