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Darby Creek Badge

Darby Creek Trail

This trail runs on the west side of Big Darby Creek, a State and National Scenic River. The trail extends across the Creek and connects with Darby Bend Lake.
Length: 8.0 miles
Type: Crushed Gravel

Darby Creek Badge

Heritage Trail

Follows an old abandoned rail line and extends from Main Street in Hilliard to Cemetery Pike near Plain City. On the western end of the trail is a 3.3 mile section operated by Metro Parks made especially to accommodate horses.
Length: 6.0 miles
Type: Paved Surface

Darby Creek Badge

Scioto Trail

This greenway trail stretches through the heart of downtown Columbus following along the Scioto River. This trail is great for commuting into downtown Columbus.
Length: 9.0 miles
Type: Paved Surface

Darby Creek Badge

Olentangy Trail

This scenic trail weaves users throughout the Olentangy greenway corridor, connecting the communities of Worthington, Columbus and OSU. It runs between Worthington Hills Park and Confluence Park in Downtown Columbus.
Length: 18.0 miles
Type: Paved Surface

Darby Creek Badge

Ohio To Erie Trail

More information on this trail which will eventually span between Cincinnati to Cleveland can be found at www.ohiotoerietrail.org.
Length: 9.5 miles (from Galena, Ohio to Westerville, Ohio)
Type: Paved Surface

Darby Creek Badge

Big Walnut Trail

Currently, the longest completed section of this trail connects Hoover Reservoir to Inniswoods Metro Gardens.
Length: 6.0 miles
Type: Paved Surface

Darby Creek Badge

Alum Creek Trail

This trail connects the communities of Westerville, Columbus, and Bexley along Alum Creek. The southern end of the trail reaches the preserved natural areas of Three Creeks Park.
Length: 31 miles
Type: Paved Surface

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Blacklick Trail

This scenic trail weaves users throughout the Blacklick Creek greenway corridor. Users of this trail can travel to three different Metro Parks: Pickerington Ponds, Blacklick Woods and Three Creeks Metro Parks.
Length: 19 miles
Type: Paved Surface

Darby Creek Badge

I-670 Trail

The bike trail travels from Fort Hayes, east along I-670, following Leonard Ave., crossing Nelson and Fifth Avenues, terminating at Airport Drive, near Ohio Dominican College. It connects to the Alum Creek trail at Nelson Road.
Length: 4.0 miles
Type: Paved Surface