Blossom Rock Trail

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Blossom Rock Trail ist ein 1.3 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Edgar Springs, Missouri. Er führt entlang eines Flusses und durch schönen Wald. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke für alle Leistungsniveaus geeignet. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert, spaziert und gezeltet werden. Die Route ist am besten von März bis Oktober zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 1.3 miles Höhenunterschied: 173 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

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Please note: this trail may close seasonally. $2 entrance fee, camping is $8 a day.

wandern
20 days ago

I stopped on Dec 28th and it was closed for the season.

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überwachsen
4 months ago

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steinig
7 months ago

Lots of it week and very rocky. If you come in from the trail head across from the host site you need to go left in the fork to go up the hill to blossom rock.

9 months ago

After making it to blossom rock the trail gets pretty narrow as it snakes along the river. Watch your footing. Blossom rock was pretty surprising as it rose out of the hillside. Enjoyed the formation.

wandern
9 months ago

There are some cool rocks you can climb. There was not much wildlife. It can get swampy in some places.

wandern
9 months ago

This is a nice easy trail which ascends to a rock out crop. It has some great views of the piney river as well.

Fri Jan 04 2019

This trail and the Cedar Bluff trail are both in the Lane Springs Recreation area 12 miles south of Rolla. Day use fee is $2 but the area is temporarily "closed for the season," a euphemism for the partial government shutdown. I parked outside the gate by the locked pit toilet and walked the half-mile paved road to the picnic area where both trails start. The Blossom Rock trail starts on the left side of the park by the campground and the Cedar Bluff on the right. Both are short loop hikes over a prominent hill. Both offer views. One can hear traffic from US63 from the Blossom Rock trail. I also walked down to the creek where I saw a bald eagle perched on a tree. Saw many white-tailed deer. The wildlife surely was enjoying the lack of human noise. I enjoyed the solitude, too. The entire hike was under five miles. Recent rains made the trails near the creek very muddy and that mud is covered by leaves. Camping is $8 a day. Trout fishing is also allowed.

wandern
Sun Jun 03 2018

I would consider this trail Easy, not Moderate. It's short and the elevation change is hardly anything. I went in late July and the trail was covered in spider webs. The rocks at the top would probably be cool for kids. We didn't see anybody on the trail or at the top either way.

wandern
Sun Apr 15 2018

Enjoyable trail for the family. Interesting rock outcropping and views of the river. The lower portion of the trail can be a bit muddy after a rain. Black and White Warbler, Pine Warbler, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Northern Parula, Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher and Louisiana Waterthrush were some of the birds found during our early spring hike. The highlight of the hike though were four Big Red False Morels found just off the trail next to some stumps.

Sat Apr 14 2018

Nice little trail. Would be good for kids or people who think a mile is a long ways.

wandern
Mon Aug 14 2017

this is a nice small trail. it's very wooded and the rock formations is very cool and easy to climb around on. be sure to WEAR PANTS, SHOES, TALL SOCKS and LOTS of BUG SPRAY with DEET. we had TON of tiny seed ticks all over our our ankles multiple times throughout the trail that we had to stop and brush off with a stick. you will also run into a bridge after you make the loop, that is not part of the trail. there were also a ton of spider webs across the trail so just be aware we kept a stick with us to sweep them out of our path.

wandern
Sat Feb 04 2017

Nice trail, Blossom Rock is great for bouldering. Easy climbing, great for beginners.

Camping
Mon Oct 31 2016

I camped here the last week in October, 2016. PLUSES: The campground was pretty normal, but the restrooms were very clean and frequently stocked. The table and lamp post were sturdy and in good shape. The fire pit was tall with a swing over grill and a removable lower grate. There is a nice park with swings and climbing things and two picnic pavilions. Easy access to the Piney river for fisherman. Three easy hikes have trailheads in the campground. CONS: I heard highway traffic all night, and there was no wood available on-site for a campfire. $8/night for non-electric site. I was underwhelmed by the "sping" of Lane Spring..although there is concrete sidewalk all the way up to it.

Camping
Mon Jun 22 2015

Very beautiful scenic National Forest Park. It ends there!!! Horrible experience all the way around. Had several groups from children to adults partying and cursing like sailors. Then we were terrorized all night by an aggressive raccoon. So upset this was our 1st camping trip with my 2 year old and 7 year old. Not a family friendly place at all unless you want your children around a bunch or drunk individuals with foul mouths. We couldn't enjoy the spring to swim or our campsite. So said for such a beautiful place. Place runs on a honor system but they need to enforce some rules so it can be more family friendly. Will never go back again

wandern
Thu Feb 20 2014

Fun little area to visit for the afternoon. Some of the trails are harder to follow. We ended up with a ton of ticks after this hike, but it was fun nonetheless.

wandern
Fri Mar 16 2012

The description makes it sound better than it is. This is an ordinary Ozark hill country hike. Did have a nice view of the river. This is not a destination hike, but there is some nice trout fishing and a pleasant little campground.

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