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Cuyahoga Valley National Park provides a world of natural wonders to explore just 20 kilometers (13 miles) away from the urban environs of Cleveland. The park's pristine wilderness is centered around the meandering Cuyahoga River. The river bisects the entire reserve in a clean sweep that spans nearly 33,000 acres (13354.62 hectares). This diverse topography shelters a wide range of native wildlife such as red foxes, Canadian geese, Great Blue herons, coyotes and white-tailed deer. Geological features include a system of cascading waterfalls, labyrinthine caves and hiking trails of varying difficulty levels. The Boston Store Visitor Center, the Towpath Trail, and the Ohio & Erie Canal are three of the park's most-frequented attractions.
Owned by Peak Resorts, this site features a pair of ski resorts in Ohio, developed in the 1960s. The skiing operations are done from Boston Mills which is the more active resort, Brandywine being the lesser active with fewer operating hours. Between the two peaks, there are 18 trails of various skiing levels, a tubing park, four terrain parks and two beginners’ trails. They have 16 lifts including surface lifts, chair lifts, magic carpet and fixed quad lifts.