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backpacking
1 month ago

This is a well maintained trail. Lots of gravel as expected in this part of Missouri so the trail drains well after rain. Thanks to everyone that maintains the trail. It looks great and has no aggressive up or downs. There seems to be confusion about the mileage.. printed map says 24 miles, Trails indicates 25 miles, our GPS recorded 27 miles, the trail is marked with mile/half mile markers, last one we passed was 26.5. We took our backpacking gear and were using this trip to gauge our maximum mileage per day. It was a surprise when we hit mile marker 24 and still had an unknown number of miles to go. The next 3 miles were a real mental challenge. So we completed the 27 mile loop in one day with our backpacking gear and realized we are no longer 18 years old..if you try this in one day get started early and take enough gear to get through the night if you need to stop. Next time we do this trail we will split it into 2 days.

backpacking
5 months ago

We turned this into a three day hike because we wanted more time out there and it was worth it! at the 12 mile mark you can go off to the left and about .1 off trail is a great campsite with a decent little creek. it was nice and secluded great for a first night stay. when you get to Brazil creek fill up your water as there are not many options after that.

hiking
7 months ago

GPS tracked this exact loop around 28.25 miles.. nice hike.. not overly challenging.

backpacking
7 months ago

Great Trails. Well maintained. They had a controlled burn last week which left a good section on the west side of the of the loop scorched. We were able to find some water on the east side but did not see a big source until Brazil Creek.

on Berryman Trail

hiking
10 months ago

a well maintained and easy trail. Did an early February overnight camp at the spring and took the long hike out. 22.5 miles total for the loop (Ozark trail to Berryman). Relatively dull scenery that time of year but no bugs and cool air. would definitely recommend it for an easy overnight stroll.

10 months ago

I love this place!....I can't get enough of the campground or the trails....The only thing that makes me sad is that they've poured tons of gravel on the campsites....

backpacking
10 months ago

Great backpacking trail.

hiking
11 months ago

I just hiked the Berryman loop for the first time. This section is a beautiful trek! It is important to note that the eastern side has no filterable water sources, so plan ahead with water. The trail is maintained and and very well marked. I had read that there were a lot of forest road intersections to be aware of, but with the reliable signage they were of no concern. I would highly recommend this loop for anyone looking for a quick weekend trip.

mountain biking
Sunday, October 01, 2017

I did about 13 miles in and out on the East Trail at Berryman. What a treasure tucked away in the Mark Twain National Forrest. The part of the trail I biked was not very scenic, but was very fun moderate trail.

Monday, July 03, 2017

16 miles up the west trail was extremely tough and made for a long day. That being said it was beautiful and a great experience

mountain biking
Monday, March 06, 2017

A really great loop on a mountain bike! The sections where the trail follow the contour of the ridges is an absolute blast to bike!

horseback riding
Sunday, November 15, 2015

Awesome!

hiking
Monday, March 16, 2015

I did the Berryman trail in two days starting at the southern point and going anticlockwise around the loop. The eastern side was easier terrain though longer than the western. I had a late start and finished the first part in the dark. The map I had was wrong on the location of the campsite; when you hit the road, go left over the bridge and the campsite will be on your left about 100 meters down. Both the campsite in the north and the picnic site in the south have toilets. No water that I saw, but there's a creek at the campsite if you bring a filter. The western part of the loop has much rougher and steeper terrain. Just past the halfway point on the western side is a spring. It's not officially potable, but I topped off my water supply and was fine. If you have a filter, though use it; don't be stupid/lucky like me.
It's not the most beautiful trail I've walked; it's mostly heavily forested. But my goal was for a personal spiritual retreat, and it was perfect for that.
Be mindful of the bikers; they are fast on that trail and there's not always a clear enough line of sight/sound to hear or see them coming (or them to see you).
Took exactly 24 hours from start to finish to include the overnight sleep, a few rest stops, and a nap.

hiking
Friday, April 13, 2012

I hiked this trail as a 2 day backpacking trip. I hiked 16 from berryman to brazil creek, then 8 from brazil back to berryman. All around a nice trail, great trail to put your face in and go. A little lacking in features, but a nice long meandering walk through the woods. Suprisingly few hills, with lots of switchbacks none of them were overly demanding. Equestrian use is obvious in several places, and the trail has been damadged in a few places, but reroutes around this has improved conditions. This trail looks to be great for mountain biking.

backpacking
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hiking
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hiking
Saturday, August 19, 2017

hiking
Thursday, October 10, 2013

hiking
Wednesday, September 25, 2013