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This was a very pretty little trail. Not very hard, but lots of elevation changes (probably really nice for biking). Easy enough for an 8yo to keep pace. There were so many different kinds of mushrooms to look at! At some places the path was muddy or went under the stream, but it had just rained the day before. At all times you can hear ATVs.

Great hike!! Beautiful in mid October

We just got back from hiking in Colorado and wanted to keep it up here back at home. First time on this trail. So happy it’s so close to our home. Very well kept, marked perfect to decide which way you want to go and loved all the fall leaves. Can’t wait to get back out there with our bikes this time!! Would totally recommend!!

Beautiful trail and many views. I saw in a previous comment that the trail was not well marked and I have to disagree, it was marked very well with colored diamonds on trees every so often and the path is well worn. Devils den has an amazing camping area as well. They have multiple trails in the area that will easily keep you busy all weekend.

Very beautiful atmosphere. Only saw a small portion, but very well maintained and peaceful.

The Katy Trail is one of Missouri’s outdoor recreational gems for biking, walking, and jogging. This section between Boonville and Rocheport is beautiful with open pasture land and shady sections where the trail is protected in a canopy of trees. The section at Franklin is nice with the nature and conservation area. I particularly like the approach to Rocheport as you see the tunnel and come out on the other side into the town. Be sure to get a pizza at the Mulberry Grill & Bakery-very tasty!

I’ve ridden this section of the Katy multiple times and really enjoy the towns you pass through and the scenic river views along the way. The Katy Trail is one of Missouri’s outdoor recreational gems for biking, walking, and jogging. This section is beautiful with open pasture land and shady sections where the trail is protected in a canopy of trees.

The Katy Trail is one of Missouri’s outdoor recreational gems for biking, walking, and jogging. This section between Jefferson City and Hartsburg is beautiful with open pasture land and shady sections where the trail is protected in a canopy of trees. We really enjoy Hartsburg. There are several good places to have breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The bike shelter at Hartsburg on the trail has a bike air pump and tools for your bike. If you ride the trail in October, you can spend the day at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival where there is plenty of food, crafts, fun.

The Katy Trail is one of Missouri’s outdoor recreational gems for biking, walking, and jogging. This section between Rocheport and Huntsdale is beautiful with open pasture land and shady sections where the trail is protected in a canopy of trees. It also runs along some very scenic sections of the Missouri River. Be sure and enjoy this section during the Fall when the trees are in full color.

Great trail! The flatness of it makes it easy to go for long distances with no problems. You get some beautiful river views and nice open fields as well. If you want more fun, start by the Missouri River bridge and ride across on the sweet bike path. Turn right out of the river access, cross the road and turn left onto the path and away you go. Left again when you hit the actual Katy Trail. Fun times. Much love:)

Great little hike. Nice and flat for hiking with dogs on a lead.

road biking
2 months ago

Very scenic trail. Crushed limestone makes the trail easy on the body. Must-do for bikers is the Taco Ride on Thursday nights.

mountain biking
2 months ago

This trail was poorly marked. We spent more time pushing our mountain bike then riding them. The rocks were very loose and there were alot. Not kid friendly for bike riding. They need to do more maintenance on it.

2 months ago

Great trail and so close to so many potential riders and walkers.

This is a great trail. It is a good practice trail for biking the Katy Trail, but this has more dips and hills than the Katy. Also, this has plenty of parking as well as stops around restaurants, play grounds, QuikTrip, and it is safe. You can ride as little as a mile or do the whole thing down and back for a 28 mile ride. One of the best in the area.

Nice trail with beautiful fall aspen colors. Fairly flat. Several mountain bikers use the trail but were courteous when passing. Others saw a moose.

mountain biking
3 months ago

This is my go to trail at Landahl, since I'm still fairly new to mountain biking. I do Family Trail going out and then Will's Wanderer (the actual trail name) coming back. They're not too hard but both definitely have some tricky spots. The trail was changed this year to make the end a little less challenging and to avoid some huge rocks. Dave's Maze is another great trail that connects to these two and is about the same level of difficulty.

hiking
3 months ago

Not the most scenic hike in the area but still not a bad outing. Lots of mountain bike traffic so keep your head on a swivel if you're hiking. The creek was nice but otherwise it really wasn't all that great.

We ride the KATY trail a lot. We live on the Clinton end of trail. The entire trail is good. We particularly like the Jones bridge that crosses the Missouri River, it is awesome. You must take spur off trail into Jefferson City towards capital. Wile there do yourself a favor and go to Central Dairy for some ice cream

Hiking on this trail was amazing for me. Not hard to find and beautiful views.

it was a nice walk bit wished I had a bike

extreme rocky...probably ok for experienced riders but too technical for inexperienced riders

trail running
4 months ago

I ran just over 19 miles of this segment of the trail. Not the most exciting, but it is flat and offers a mix of small town and rural scenery with a couple views of the river.

nature trips
4 months ago

I feel Amazing,I can't wait to pick up where I left off. It's like a book u can't put down:-) lol

My favorite place to do my long runs! Friendly people. Lots of bicyclists. Well mannered users. There is a port-a-potty at the start and at mile 6. Not sure beyond that. Lots of benches to stop along the way. Love this place!

We only made it to the creek where my family placed colorful rocks in the shape of a heart in remembrance of our angel baby Maverick. It was a magical experience.

Not a tone of shade and lots of road noise, however I only did 2 miles of walking so it may get better

hiking
5 months ago

On 7/15/18, I hiked both this and the Yellow Rock trails, which I suggest doing. The FF trail was nice and peaceful, and provided me with various opportunities to explore the creek bed. The YR trail was more vertical, and provided numerous spectacular vistas. To top it off, there is a knee-deep “swimming hole” near the YR trailhead.

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