This 1.25-mile trail provides views of Monsanto Lake as you travel along the natural path and up a few rolling hills with steep inclines. A small portion of this route is paved and accessible for wheelchair users.
Featuring a variety of terrain including mud, gravel and slippery slopes, this challenging 12.6-mile trail takes hikers through hardwood and pine forests before reaching the ridge. During wet weather, there are a number of stream crossings.
A 4-mile trail that guides hikers through shortleaf pine forests, Missouri’s only native pine. With rocky areas and steep inclines, this trail is also popular with mountain bikers and trail runners.