Lone Wolf Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Ballwin, MO that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, camping, and mountain biking and is accessible from April until October.
Lone Wolf Trail is a 1.5 mile loop trail located near Ballwin, Missouri that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for camping, hiking, mountain biking & walking. Lone Wolf Trail (orange arrows) This 1.5-mile loop parallels the River Scene Trail on top of the bluffs before plunging into the Kiefer Creek valley. The trail then follows the south bank of Kiefer Creek. There is also a creek crossing that connects this trail with Grotpeter Trail. The trail was originally built to allow bicyclists access to the bluff area, but it is also an excellent hiking trail. Features along the trail include beautiful ridge top views, fern covered bluffs and a gravel strewn creek bed. The trail is named in honor of the Lone Wolf Club, a speak easy/tavern from the historic resort era. The club is adjacent to the park near the trail on private property.
Perfect short hike with great scenery. Valley overlook is amazing.
Great trail, well beaten, with good views. Very well populated.
IMO, one of the best parks and trails in the county. Great for a quick walk, run, or hike through a beautiful area. Awesome place to get some regular exercise.
It is dog friendly but is best to keep them on leash.
Bring bug spray during the summer. There are ticks and mosquitos.
Great trail. One of my favorites for a quick run. Really steep to start out but the views of the river from the top are spectacular. The back of the trail runs right along the river and is very nice.
Alot of fun, a little harder for a beginner like me, but beautiful veiws :)
Beautiful views and moderately challenging. We will definitely be back!
Fantastic place to hike! Has some awesome views once you hit the top that are always worth the hike up.
Beautiful Memorial Day hike! Great lookout points throughout. Did Lone Wolf Trail & met many other hikers-all friendly.
Loved diverse terrain!
One of the most beautiful parks in the area. Lots of places to sit along the bluffs and take in the beauty.
Close to the city's suburbs, foot traffic is high during the summer. Great for leg day as bluff section of the trail is a fast ascent/descent.