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The Belle Valley section is a mostly hilly, completely rural portion of the Buckeye Trail that runs through Guernsey and Noble Counties in southeast Ohio.
The section runs from Winterset to the America Electric Power Recreation Lands.
Belle Valley-area historical tornado activity is below Ohio state average.
Nearest cities: Caldwell, OH (1.9 miles ), Sarahsville, OH (2.2 miles) , Cumberland, OH (2.7 miles ), Pleasant City, OH (2.8 miles ), Buffalo, OH (3.0 miles ), Dexter City, OH (3.2 miles) , Senecaville, OH (3.4 miles ), Summerfield, OH (3.4 miles ). Jones, Alexei Krindatch, Richie Stanley and Richard H.
Belle Valley is located within a short driving distance of Cambridge, Marietta, and Zanesville, not far from Interstate 77.
The trail here is mostly on rarely traveled dirt roads, with off-road portions located at Salt Fork Wildlife Area, Seneca Lake (the southernmost of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District Lakes), Wolf Run State Park and America Electric Power Recreation Lands.
The trail passes through the villages of Old Washington, where the trail crosses I-70, and Belle Valley, where it crosses I-77, and Hoskinsville.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 0.4 square miles (1.1 km²), all of it land.
The Village of Belle Valley is also part of the Ohio Buckeye Trail, a hiking trail that has a circles the entire state of Ohio.