The Ohio to Erie Trail spans 326 miles diagonally across Ohio, linking up Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland and everything in between. On this episode, we chat about the trail and the experience biking across Ohio!
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The Interview: The Ohio to Erie Trail
In late 2015, Lisa Daris became the part-time Executive Coordinator, replacing Jerry Rampelt, who was in this role for 15 years. Lisa handles the day to day operations of the organization and reports to the board president and officers. Lisa serves on the Community Advisory Committee for Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission’s transportation department. She is an active volunteer with Columbus Outdoor Pursuits and operates Olentangy Paddle, a pop-up livery service in Central Ohio. She is a graduate of Ohio State.
Ohio to Erie Trail: Questions
Ohio to Erie Trail: Resources
- Ohio to Erie Trail website
- OTET on the socials – #oh2erie
- Become a Friend of the Trail
- Organizations that maintain it: See the Local Trail Groups
- Buy a map set
- Interactive Map
- Ohio to Erie Trail GPX files
- Plan Your Trip page
- Book: A Path Through Ohio by Mark Looney
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