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Holmes County Trail - Millersburg

Holmes County Trail - Millersburg
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KymL850
Cleveland, OH50 contributos
ago de 2022 • Casais
Holmes county has the second largest population of Amish residents in the United States, with an estimated 42% of its residents being of the Anabaptist faith. Thus, it should come as no surprise that the Holmes County Trail was designed to accommodate not only cyclists and walkers, but also horse-powered buggies.

Sharing the trail with horses and buggies can seem a bit of a novelty to those of us who are recreational cyclists, but in our rides on this trail, we’ve seen how useful it is for local residents, especially the Amish and Mennonites as a means to get from place to place without having to go on a public road.

A bike rider soon becomes accustomed to the “clip clop” of an approaching buggy, as well as the sensation for being passed by an older person dressed in customary Mennonite garb whizzing by on an e-bike.

These are probably the first things people will notice when riding the trail.

We’ve done the whole trail, segment by segment, and if I recall correctly, parts of it were fairly bumpy around Fredericksburg and Holmesville. This isn’t much of an issue because it’s wide to accommodate buggies, so you can easily steer around the bumpy bits.

Located in a scenic area of Ohio, the trail runs from Fredericksburg to Holmesville to Millersburg to Killbuck, with another separate portion that goes from Glenmont to Brinkhaven. Why there is no link from Killbuck to Glenmont, I can’t tell you. There is a marked route via road from Glenmont to Killbuck should you care to give it a try.

We most recently rode from Millersburg to Killbuck and from Glenmont to Brinkhaven.

Millersburg is a bustling town with many options for food and drink, including the local brewery. Killbuck is much smaller, though it does have a pizza place that looked nice from the outside (we didn’t eat there on this occasion, having brought our own lunch). Glenmont is a tiny village, and appears to be somewhat economically disadvantaged. There is a Glenmont Tavern, but it didn’t look open when we were there (on a Friday evening about 6 pm). According to their map, there’s also a hostel. We didn’t ride into Brinkhaven so I can’t comment on the amenities available there.

There were clean port a potties at Millersburg, Glenmont, and Brinkhaven and shelters with picnic tables as well. At Killbuck, there was a picnic table.

The two segments of the trail I’ve mentioned as traveling most recently are lovely, and we enjoyed both rides. Just be aware that from Glenmont to Brinkhaven and vice versa, it’s a long, gradual uphill to the midpoint of the trail where it intersects county road 75 (Baddow Pass). But you’re then rewarded with a nice long, freewheeling descent.

Arriving at Brinkhaven, riders will see the “Bridge of Dreams,” the third longest covered bridge in the country where the Holmes Country Trail meets the Mohican Valley Trail, which then joins the Kokosing Gap Trail.

Also, the Glenmont-Brinkhaven segment of the trail seems much less traveled. It’s a peaceful ride, paralleling and crossing what appear to be off-road trails and small roads, a bit like cycling through the woods amongst the deer, birds, and squirrels.

If you can make the opportunity, this is a trail worth exploring.
Escrita a 27 de agosto de 2022
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Deborah B
Estados Unidos2 contributos
out de 2021
Fun place to slow your pace a bit. Lots of shops and a great place to shop for handcrafted Amish furniture. Bought my E-bike here as well.
Escrita a 29 de junho de 2022
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MichiganTess
Michigan641 contributos
nov de 2021
Our trip began in Millersburg which is about the midway point on the trail. We first rode to Fredericksburg, headed back to Killbuck and then returned to Millersburg. The trail is paved making it a smooth and fast ride. Not quite as fast as those Amish people on the ebikes! Ha! The country side is lovely.
Escrita a 19 de novembro de 2021
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Ray
4 contributos
ago de 2021
A great biking experience. The uphill is well justified by a nice, long downhill coast. Be aware that Glenmont has poor cell phone coverage.
Escrita a 8 de agosto de 2021
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debmce2624
18 contributos
jul de 2021
We rented e-bikes in Holmesville at Charged Ride and this was our 4th experience renting them (previously in Boulder, San Francisco, and Red Rock Canyon outside Vegas). The bikes were pedal assist and easy to operate. Great staff and wonderful trail. We rode about 28 miles. The scenery is beautiful. It's the only trail in the USA with shared use for Amish buggies and horses. Bikes are on the paved side and buggies on the other chipped limestone side.
Escrita a 24 de julho de 2021
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mary
3 contributos
mar de 2021
Clean location. Different change of scenery. It was a beautiful first day of spring for this easy walk.
Escrita a 22 de março de 2021
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tagnrocky
Noblesville, IN1 008 contributos
out de 2020
This trail is wonderful. We accessed it at Millersburg depot and rode 6 miles south to the Killbuck depot where it ends. Not much at the Killbuck trailhead but restrooms, picnic tables, playground and ample parking at Millersburg. Nice wide, flat trail shared with walkers and Amish buggies. Mostly shaded with woods and wetlands along the way. Great birding too! Signage states that it someday will extend from Lake Erie to the Ohio River! We’d like to comeback and ride north to Holmesville and beyond next trip!
Escrita a 14 de outubro de 2020
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Joseph H
Beavercreek, OH1 424 contributos
out de 2020
My wife and I enjoyed a several mile hike on the Holmes County Trail. We started in Killbuck and walked north for about 1.5 miles before turning around. Like most Ohio rail-to-trail trailways, this one is well-maintained. We saw several bicyclists using the trail during our walk.
Escrita a 4 de outubro de 2020
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gowhilewecanohio
Cleveland, OH53 contributos
set de 2020 • Casais
Great biking trail! We did 13 miles the first day (Millersburg to Killbuck and back) and 19 miles day 2 (Millersburg to Fredricksburg and back). Mostly shaded, wide enough for most of the way to ride side by side. Beautiful scenery - farms, animals, nature, birds and Amish buggies! Easy access and several places to stop and enjoy the surroundings. Will definitely do again!
Escrita a 22 de setembro de 2020
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clevekat
Strongsville, OH89 contributos
set de 2020
It is a very flat and wide trail. We did a 3.7 miles in the Millersburg area. It was a very hot and humid day, but glad we went. I would consider biking it the next time.
Escrita a 11 de setembro de 2020
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