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Missouri Hiking Trails

Plan your next hiking adventure for Missouri. Visit the Show Me State and explore the many hiking options available. From the Robertsville State Park in the eastern region of the state, to Wallace State Park out west and Kansas City – there are plenty of hiking trails around, no matter where you stay.

Mark Twain National Forest

Near Rolla, the Mark Twain National Forest yields top flight hiking chances – explore the John J. Audubon Trail, or check out the Anpetu-We Trail. At 10 miles long, the Anpetu-We Trail takes you through Mount Logan at Camp Lewallen.

Daniel Boone Trail

Closer to St. Louis and St. Charles, the Daniel Boone Trail is a 20 mile path yielding excellent scenic views of the Missouri River. You'll start the Daniel Boone Trail in the community of Defiance, as it guides you along the Missouri River and into the town of Dutzow.

Spice Bush Trail

Be sure to explore the Spice Bush Trail, one of the gems at Robertsville State Park. Even though it's less than a mile long, the Spice Bush Trail is a sterling choice for hikers in Robertsville.

Wallace State Park

The western region of Missouri features some fine hiking trails, too. Visit Wallace State Park and check out four rugged, yet distinct trails – Deer Run Trail, Rocky Ford Trail, Old Quarry Trail, and Skunk Hollow Trail. Each vary in length and offer stunning views of the Missouri landscape.

Bennett Spring Park

If you're visiting closer to Springfield, plan a day of hiking at the Bennett Spring State Park. Venture through the park on either the Forest Bridge Trail or the Natural Tunnel Trail.

There's a wealth of impressive and well maintained hiking trails all across Missouri – visit soon and discover them for yourself.