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Best Trails of Missouri

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running,

 

#1. Bell Mountain Wilderness Area
The top of Bell Mountain, one of Missouri’s highest peak, is in Missouri’s third largest wilderness area. There are incredible vistas from an expansive glade on Bell’s summit, and in this rugged, seld...
From the guidebook "60 Hikes within 60 Miles: St. Louis"
Hiking Trails
Caledonia, MO - Hiking - 12 miles


#2. Hawn State Park
Though the Whispering Pine Trail in Hawn State Park is a favorite trek for hikers in eastern Missouri, this spectacular 15-mile trail system rarely feels crowded. On your hike you’ll enjoy panoramic v...
From the guidebook "60 Hikes within 60 Miles: St. Louis"
Hiking Trails
Weingarten, MO - Hiking - 15 miles


#3. Saint Louis Zoo
With its paved and level pathways, natural animal settings, waterfalls, ponds, and well-tended and spacious grounds, the zoo offers an ideal walk for everyone, regardless of age or ability. Special at...
From the guidebook "Walking St. Louis"
Hiking Trails
Saint Louis, MO - Walking - 1.5 miles


#4. Berryman Trail
Put the 24-mile Berryman Trail on your must-ride list: it offers one of the best mountain bike experiences in Ozark Country. Almost all of this scenic loop ride is on single-track-parts are rough and ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Ozarks"
Hiking Trails
Berryman, MO - Mountain Biking - 24 miles


#5. Green Rock Trail
In its scenic wanderings over the rugged, wooded hills of southwest St. Louis County, the Green Rock Trail introduces you to three of the metro area’s outstanding natural areas—Rockwoods Reservation, ...
From the guidebook "60 Hikes within 60 Miles: St. Louis"
Hiking Trails
Wildwood, MO - Hiking - 10 miles


#6. Castlewood State Park
Castlewood State Park features 13 miles of trails divided into four loops of 2 to 3 miles each. There's something for everyone here. The River Scene and Grotpeter Trails begin near the picnic area nea...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Ozarks"
Hiking Trails
Ballwin, MO - Mountain Biking - 13 miles


#7. Chadwick Motorcycle Use Area
Chadwick Motorcycle Use Area networks more than 100 miles of trail in a 12-square-mile area of the Mark Twain National Forest. It offers something for every mountain biker: potential loops of almost a...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Ozarks"
Hiking Trails
Chadwick, MO - Mountain Biking - 30 miles


#8. Lewis and Clark Trail
The Lewis and Clark Trail is the favorite of many hikers in the greater St. Louis area. Though it’s next to the big city, hiking here feels like being deep in the Ozarks. As you hike the Lewis and Cla...
From the guidebook "60 Hikes within 60 Miles: St. Louis"
Hiking Trails
Wentzville, MO - Hiking - 8.2 miles


#9. Babler State Park
Nestled against suburban St. Louis, Babler State Park is perfect for early morning trail runs before your workday begins and ideal for evening getaway hikes to unwind from a stressful day. Babler Stat...
From the guidebook "60 Hikes within 60 Miles: St. Louis"
Hiking Trails
Wildwood, MO - Hiking - 17.5 miles


#10. Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park
Shut-Ins is an Ozark term, referring to water-sculpted formations in deep, narrow gorges where rivers are “shut in.” Johnson’s Shut-Ins are the most spectacular in Missouri. You can clamber over them,...
From the guidebook "60 Hikes within 60 Miles: St. Louis"
Hiking Trails
Lesterville, MO - Hiking - 12.5 miles



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