Nature Can Heal Schedule
Walks & Hikes & Yoga
Cuyahoga Valley National Park offers weekly walks and hikes.
Self-directed activities: Please visit conservancyforcvnp.org/naturecanheal for more information on trails.
Photo: Jerry Jelinek
Bridge at the Marsh
What you need to wear/bring
Walking & Hiking: comfortable, sturdy, closed-toe shoes such as a running shoe or hiking boot (optional).
Walks and hiking take place rain or shine (unless there is thunder/lightning), so dress for the weather.
Yoga and Tai Chi: clothing that is comfortable to bend and move while wearing. You may do yoga and Tai Chi barefoot or in comfortable non-heeled shoes such as a training or running shoe. If the weather is rainy or wet, yoga will be held under the shelter roof.
- Mats will be provided for yoga.
- Please bring your own water to drink.
TRAILS BY DIFFICULTY (1, 2, OR 3)
A less-than half-mile hike from Ira Trailhead on the firm, flat Towpath Trail.
Blue Hen Falls
A half-mile round trip walk/hike with iconic waterfalls and lush surroundings. Note, this is an uneven trail with a steep hill.
Haskell Run Trail
Uneven trail with a steep hill
Pine Grove Trail
Towpath Trail Park at Station Road Bridge and walk either north or south for a distance you are comfortable with. Station Road trail head has plenty of parking, restrooms and water.
Choose Your Distance
Park at Station Road Bridge and walk either north or south for a distance you are comfortable with. Station road trail head has plenty of parking, restrooms and water.
Tree Farm Trail
This trail has some hills and uneven surfaces
Brandywine Gorge Trail
A 1.5-mile trek around the Brandywine Falls area. Hilly and unpaved with some steep inclines.
Furnace Run Trail
Stanford House and Stanford Trail
With short sections
Wetmore, Tabletop & Langes Run Trails
Buckeye and Towpath Trail Loop
Steep parts, narrow trail and uneven surfaces
Buckeye Trail, Station Road Bridge to Boston