Wabash Cannonball Ramble

Waterville, Ohio

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This ride goes west on the North Fork of the Wabash Cannonball Trail and returns east on the South Fork, with a short road ride in between. Beginning at the Fallen Timbers Memorial, the route travels through the Oak Openings region, which The Nature Conservancy lists as one of the 200 “Last Great Places on Earth” because of its great diversity. The Wabash Cannonball rails-to-trails project, at 64 miles, is one of the longest in the state, although it is not all paved. The trail comprises two rail lines that converge at North Jerome Road. This ride goes west on the North Fork to where the pavement ends, then travels south on Fulton Lucas Road—eventually there will be a connector between the two trails here—and returns on the South Fork of the bike path. The North Fork travels through a section of the Oak Openings Preserve, named from the surrounding Oak Openings region, which is twenty-three times larger than the preserve.

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"This ride goes west on the North Fork of the Wabash Cannonball Trail and returns east on the South Fork, with a short road ride in between. Beginning at the Fallen Timbers Memorial, the route travels through the Oak Openings region, which The Nature Conservancy lists as one of the 200 “Last Great Places on Earth” because of its great diversity.

The Wabash Cannonball rails-to-trails project, at 64 miles, is one of the longest in the state, although it is not all paved. The trail comprises two rail lines that converge at North Jerome Road. This ride goes west on the North Fork to where the pavement ends, then travels south on Fulton Lucas Road—eventually there will be a connector between the two trails here—and returns on the South Fork of the bike path. The North Fork travels through a section of the Oak Openings Preserve, named from the surrounding Oak Openings region, which is twenty-three times larger than the preserve."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Waterville
Distance: 27.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Spring, summer, fall
Local Maps: DeLorme: Ohio Atlas & Gazatteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Wabash Cannonball Ramble

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May 2018