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Joe Rinella reviewed Katy Trail: Hermann to Augusta
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Road bikingGreat!

This is a nice section of the overall Katy Trail. I completed this earlier, and there were some rough sections due to Spring rains, but have been repaired since. Augusta has a nice winery and brewery there and delicious sandwiches for a great food stop!

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Road biking

Well maintained trail. Can hike, run or bike it. Best for biking IMO. Has places to stop about every 10-20 miles. Stops may be wineries, towns/cities and restaurants. Can camp along it.

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Steve Mosbacher reviewed Katy Trail: Hermann to Augusta
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Road biking

This was a beautiful stretch of trail. The damage created by the 14 inches of rain has been repaired. The Mo Dept of Natural Resources did a great job getting the trail reopened Beautiful views of the Missouri River on this stretch of trail. I would recommend this stretch to anyone for the views. Stopped by Treloar Bar and Grill for an excellent cheeseburger and Friendly service

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Steve Mosbacher reviewed Katy Trail: Hermann to Augusta
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Road biking

The trail was in good shape. A few rough spots but overall good.

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Mountain biking

Great ride. Northern part south fro Pleasant Hill. Well maintained but no amenities or water for 17 miles just be prepared! The three towns listed all have some local businesses. Medford doesn’t but a great trailhead. Roads intercept at regular intervals for access. Enjoy

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Hiking

Nice day for a trail hike. Very nice and pretty peaceful minus the passing traffic.

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Steve Mosbacher reviewed Katy Trail: Hermann to Augusta
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Road biking

Did a short ride from Treloar to Peers and back. Some of the trail was bumpy from all the recent rain. They have had 14 inches in the last 10 days. The DNR has done a good job of keeping the trail open. I believe they were working on the trail just west of Treloar. I did see a dump truck heading west on the trail.

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Jenica Bunderson reviewed Katy Trail: Augusta to St. Charles
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Road biking

One of the prettiest sections of the Katy trail. Real “call me by your name” vibes

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Steve Mosbacher reviewed Katy Trail: Marthasville to Peers
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Road biking

Bring your sunglasses

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Steve Mosbacher reviewed Katy Trail: Augusta to St. Charles
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Road biking

Good shape between Augusta and Matson

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Dana Ledgerwood reviewed Katy Trail: Marthasville to Peers
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The Katy Trail is a nice flat trail you can take your kids on. Did the Marthasville to Peers portion there is a small trail off the main trail that leads to a cave in the bluffs right out of Marthasville.

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Bastien Baudoin reviewed Katy Trail: Jefferson City to Hermann
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Road biking

awesome trail. very clean and easy

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Road biking

done during my bicycle trip through USA. really great path, easy, scenic and well done. just look the road, in summer there is a lot of snakes and you don't want ride on them

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Road bikingBridge out

Easy detour uphill to Klondike Park and down the other side. Kate’s Cafe is a great coffee breakfast lunch place - only food in Augusta !

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carol dalton reviewed Katy Trail: Hermann to Augusta
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Road biking
First to Review

Eat at the Dutzow Deli ! Closes at 2 pm. No food during the week in Augusta ! WTH !?

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Road biking

I’d give this five stars if there were more places to stop and visit along the way ! We did ear at the Bar in Motane and had amazingly delicious burgers and catfish ! There is a closure at about mm118 / very easy detour on the adjacent road ... seemed less than a mile to go around.

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Michele Loudermilk reviewed Katy Trail: Boonville to Rocheport
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Bike touring

Beautiful trail but several flooding closures to be aware of as of 10\8\19. On the Boonville end, just after the bridge the trail by the river is closed. We did a very short road ride on 87 and picked up the trail again. The culvert that was washed out near the Boonville end has been restored and a friendly MODOT man reopened the fence at the closure just as we arrived. You can ride from there with no problem all the way to the silo at Pearson's at 184.6. Past that, the trail is open about 3 more miles but then closed to flooding and NOT POSSIBLE to get to Rocheport on the trail. at the closure about 3 miles past Person, the road out to Hwy 40 is ALSO CLOSED so we rode back to Pearson to detour. Detour options are Hey 40 (LOT of vehicle traffic) or up the hill on 467 for .5 mile or so then 442 across for several miles. LOTS of hills both up and down on loose gravel but almost no cars. Tough ride due to the detours, but otherwise beautiful trail, would love to ride it sans detours in a drier year. Rains in the forecast next couple of days so definitely check the latest conditions before heading out.

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Mountain biking
First to Review

Very pleasant trail with both shade and open areas. Lots of plant and wildlife. Great views of the prairie and farmland. You can ride as much or little of the trail from well cared for parking areas with facilities well placed along the trail.

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Mountain biking

probably the most scenic part of the over 250 mile trail

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Mountain bikingBridge out
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Mountain bikingBugs

is a short section of the Katy trail. trail is basically flat and used for biking, running and walking. bugs were present with all of the flood waters.

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Michael Conley reviewed Katy Trail: Marthasville to Peers
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Backpacking
First to Review

Beautiful

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Kenny Dillingham reviewed Katy Trail: Jefferson City to Hermann
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Hiking

Not a bad trail. Very level and some scenic views. If you pay attention, you will see an area where Lewis and Clark camped. That was a cool find. I suppose an advantage of walking instead of racing by on a bike.

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Victoria Winn reviewed Katy Trail: Augusta to St. Charles
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Hiking

Easy walk on well maintained paved paths.

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Michael Conley reviewed Katy Trail: Boonville to Rocheport
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Backpacking

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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!

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Road biking

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.

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Road biking

The Katy Trail is one of Missouri’s outdoor recreational gems for biking, walking, and jogging. This section between Jefferson City and Hermann is beautiful with open pasture land and shady sections where the trail is protected in a canopy of trees. As you approach Rhineland, watch any of the small tree limbs or sticks in the trail because I got a flat tire somewhere in that section due to the thorns. Stay at Joey’s Bird House B&B in McKittrick-nice place and hospitality!

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Road biking

I have been biking on the katy trail since 2012. I love this trail.

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Doug Neidholdt reviewed Katy Trail: Boonville to Rocheport
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Road biking

Katy Trail across mid Missouri to St. Louis is a premiere rails to trail adventure. All sections are worth the effort.

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