The Buckeye Trail is a very long route looping around the state of Ohio. It passes through various scenic areas of the state, while also going through many historic small towns. It is not a very popular trail, and receives very few thru-hike attempts. The BT is less remote than most long distance trails, and typically has mild terrain and conditions. For hikers accustomed to more traditional trails, there are some annoyance like significant road-walking and overgrown vegetation. Overall difficulty is moderate - conditions are mild, but the trail length and logistical concerns weigh on the rating.