Cincinnati, Ohio is a city full of surprises and one of them is the urban hike through some of its most iconic neighborhoods. Recently, I took a hike through the city, exploring the neighborhoods of Newport, Mt. Adams, and over the Purple People Bridge, and taking pictures along the way.
The hike began in the lively neighborhood of Newport, known for its entertainment options and riverfront views. I started by crossing the Taylor Southgate bridge, heading up the Mt. Adams steps to the top. The hike up the steps was a bit challenging, but the views from the top were worth it. The pictures I took from the top of the steps show the stunning views of the city and the Ohio River.
Next, I headed to the historic neighborhood of Mt. Adams, known for its Victorian-style houses and beautiful views of the city. The streets are lined with charming boutiques and restaurants, making it a great spot for a leisurely stroll.
The hike proceeded to the Art Center Park, a beautiful park located in the heart of the city. The park is home to several sculptures, gardens, and a playground. I took some pictures of the sculptures and the gardens, which were beautiful and peaceful.
To finish the hike, I crossed back to Newport, Kentucky over the Purple People Bridge. The bridge, which is painted purple, offers breathtaking views of the city and the river. It was a great spot to take some pictures and capture the beauty of the bridge and the surrounding area.
Overall, the urban hike through Cincinnati was a great way to explore the city and see some of its most iconic neighborhoods. The pictures I took along the way perfectly captured the beauty and charm of Newport, Mt. Adams, the Purple People Bridge and the Art Center Park. If you're ever in Cincinnati, I highly recommend taking this hike and experiencing the city in a new way.
Hope everyone enjoys the pictures.