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    Robin Yarrington Anderson saved Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Yarrington Anderson completed Gibson Spring Loop

    almost 2 years ago

    Robin Yarrington Anderson reviewed Roaring River State Park: Cassville to Eagle Rock, MO

    about 2 years ago

    We did the Devil's Kitchen trail and it was definitely a good workout and a great place to take photos.
    The park was far larger than I had anticipated and we were fortunate the welcome center was open and had maps, since neither the app or Google Maps were helpful. After spending 20 minutes analyzing the map and still doing some backtracking we finally found Devil's Kitchen (not the trail we were originally set to hike but I was tired of driving in circles).
    It's really beautiful down there and I'll definitely be going back. There were cabins and camp sites everywhere which would be a great option to make a weekend out of it.

    Robin Yarrington Anderson reviewed Huckleberry Ridge State Forest

    over 2 years ago

    The GPS from this app put us at the wrong entrance I now realize, looking at photos from others. But, it ended up being a blessing. There was a dirt road at first that turned into a small path through briars that led us onto a steep slope of rock. Once at the bottom of the slope, we were able to follow a river bed to some pretty amazing views. The terrain changed several times and it was definitely on the difficult side. Also, I can see why there were a lot of stones with arrows spray painted on them. You could easily get lost out there.
    I would like to go back and do the actual walking trail sometime. But I'll definitely go back to the river bed in the fall.

    Robin Yarrington Anderson reviewed Elk River Trail

    over 2 years ago

    Robin Yarrington Anderson reviewed Thoms Station Trail

    over 2 years ago

    The trail was really short, and it had so many different changes in surfacing I was getting really annoyed. There is a pretty part overlooking a creek and some wildlife, but it mostly went along a residential areas and a golf course. Not very scenic.
    I will probably do this trail again only because it's so close to my house. But, I will be going back to Audubon and Ruby Jack far more often.

    Robin Yarrington Anderson reviewed Ruby Jack trail

    over 2 years ago

    I went to this trail twice this past week. Once by myself, and once with a friend. The trail was fairly level but was all gravel in the couple of miles I went from the trail-head. There were a few sketchy areas, but for the most part I came across farms and a lot of pastoral views.
    One thing to note - watch out for snakes.

    Robin Yarrington Anderson completed Ruby Jack Trail

    over 2 years ago

    Robin Yarrington Anderson reviewed Wildcat Glades Walk

    over 2 years ago

    I take this trail pretty regularly. Lots of wildlife and a few different options as far as paths. There's a long stretch of fairly flat paved area around the park, and a little rougher bit going up towards Reddings Mill. I usually park down by Low Water Bridge and go all the way around Audubon.