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The trail was originally designed for cross-country skiers but enjoyed by hikers as well.

The Cross-Country Trail is a 2.5-mile moderate route through a series of woodland hills, old farmland, overgrown meadows, and lakeside slopes. Winding through a region east of Kendall Lake, users can enter the trail from the Kendall Lake Shelter off Truxell Road or from the Little Meadow parking area on Quick Road. The path has trail junctions with Lake Trail and Salt Run Trail, each are footpaths. Most commonly seen wildlife along the trail includes a variety of bird life, amphibians and reptiles, and white-tailed deer. Evidence of beaver is present near Kendall Lake.

Directions: From Little Meadow, CVNP, Travel south out of Peninsula along Akron Peninsula Road about 1.5 miles turning left (east) onto Quick Road. Travel a short distance to Little Meadow parking area. Trail is located at end of lot. Signage is good.

Elevation: 850 feet

Elevation Gain: 160 feet

Distance: 2.5 miles

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Moderate

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio

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