The first annual Burning River Ramble is a fun, no fee, 4.8 mile running/walking tour of Cleveland’s evolving waterfront on the June 22 anniversary of the 1969 Cuyahoga River fire. The route (still in progress) is designed to connect property segments that have either recently changed to a park/paved path or are being considered for such (Irishtown Bend). Our hope for the Ramble’s iconic route is to physically connect people to the great things happening along Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River.
The Burning River Ramble will start near the Columbus Road Bridge and finish between the Cleveland Foundation Boathouse and Cleveland Metropark’s Merwin’s Wharf. Ramble participants can then enjoy food/drinks at Merwin’s Wharf, Hoopples, Sainato’s Pizza/Rivergate Tavern or Brick & Barrel Brewing (the Ramble’s official post-Ramble hydration location!). We’re pleased to be partnering with Run Wild CLE on the Burning River Ramble and we look forward to seeing you on June 22! Invite your friends as the more the merrier! Here’s the Facebook Invite https://www.facebook.com/events/214919659018963/.