Dedication of final leg of the Buckeye Trail   Save
Dedication of final leg of the Buckeye Trail
Description: The dedication of the final leg of the Buckeye Trail was held on March 20, 1981. The trail was completed near Deer Lick Cave in the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area in 1980. It is 1,444 miles long and runs in a loop stretching from Cincinnati to Cleveland and along the eastern and western halves of the state. Pictured with the new sign (left to right) are Ralph Ramey, Buckeye Trail Association President; Lou Albert of the National Park Service; Emily Gregor of the Buckeye Trail Association; Lou Tsipis, Executive Director of Cleveland Metroparks; Robert Teater, Director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Ed DeLaet, trail supervisor of Buckeye Trail. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL02614
Subjects: Buckeye Trail Association; Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Hiking
Places: Cuyahoga County (Ohio); Summit County (Ohio)