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(2) Long walks amid stunning scenes of Northeast Ohio's natural splendor are not reserved for days with temperatures that start with a 5 or higher. Those same walks you enjoy in the fall simply because they look different than they do in summer are also walks you enjoy in the winter because the barren treetops and snow-covered landscape are entirely new ones compared to the same trails surrounded by the oranges and yellows and reds of autumn. Plus, there's less traffic out here in winter, all the better to enjoy some peaceful serenity. Whether you're in the Rocky River Reservation, the Chapin Forest Reservation, making the trek along the Salt Run Trail in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park or somewhere else, this is ideal for clearing the mind and getting those steps. A couple of hours of this and you've now worked up an appetite. Piping hot soup sounds good. Do you...
Head to Mason's for ramen. (Turn to page 12)
Head to Asiatown for pho. (Turn to page 18)