Grab your hiking shoes! The Metro Parks Serving Summit County unveiled its latest addition to its roster on Tuesday: the Twinsburg Ledges at Liberty Park.
The Ledges includes a trail and picturesque view of water, similar to the Gorge Metro Park.
"It's really like walking through a pre-historic woods," Nate Eppink said, spokesperson.
Now open to visitors, Eppink describes the Ledges as having "very dramatic, awesome sandstone out-cropping rock ledges."
Twinsburg Ledges is the home to endangered species including bats and bald eagles. While the trail at this park isn't included the in Fall Hiking Spree, Eppink said it can be walked as a hiker's choice trail for the annual program.
The 48th year of the Fall Hiking Spree is underway and lasts until Nov. 30. Hikers are required to complete eight different trails in the Metro Parks.
Participation in the program is free to Summit County residents.
“We want people to explore the outdoors and see what Summit County has to offer,” Eppink said.
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“I could list every one of the parks, because really in each place there’s a unique spot and great vantage point of some fall color,” he said.
On the Web: www.summitmetroparks.org