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Lick Log Hollow Trail is a 1.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Eminence, Missouri that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.2 mi Elevation gain 104 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Forest River Views Wild flowers
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Lick Log Hollow trails is rugged 1.3 mile loop featuring Ozark hill country with dolomite glades, a fen, a small shut-in and Oak-pine forest.

Mo Dept of Conservation 573-226-3616

From Emminence, Mo., travel north 2.4 miles north on hwy 19 to county road 205, turn east (right) for .3 miles and turn south or right for .3 miles to parking lot.

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Cydney Ross
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Nice walking trail with beautiful plant diversity. We enjoyed seeing glades that had native prickly pear, agave, and rattlesnake master. There is a beautiful creek/rock cropping that a bridge goes over. I recommend using the latitude and longitude coordinates to get to this trail. Don’t google search the name or you’ll end up on a horse trail.

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Leah McCord
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Pretty nice trail. Some of it was a little overgrown and weedy but nothing too bad.

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Heather Findley
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Beautiful! Great little getaway... had the trail to myself!!

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Conway Hawn
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Chat nature trail with signs that identify trees and glades along the path. Easy path to walk.

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Sarah Rush
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Beautiful trail, well kept and easy terrain.

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Romo Homo
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When finished playing on this interesting trail, head north on the gravel road you came in on. At the end is a large open field next to the river, and every time I go there the wild horses are grazing. Yesterday there were twelve horses and one fancy bald eagle!

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Conway Hawn
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This trail is an easy trail for children. Mostly a woodland trail with a creek that runs through the middle of the trail loop. The small waterfall was enjoyable.

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Doug Neidholdt
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This hike is better billed as an interpretive nature walk than as a hike. My first disappointment was it was a gravel trail, which always disappoints. The trail should be hiked clockwise as the interpretive markers are best viewed from that direction. It has a nice little waterfall midway on the hike, but even that is mitigated because of the boardwalk overlook. Not to be to negative. OK to do in the area, but many more better hiking options in the area.

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Janice Lee
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Hiked this in February. Very easy hike with a variety of habitat types. Pleasant but not spectacular. Used a 2001 trail guide borrowed from a friend. No trail maps at trail head.

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Kevin Seabaugh
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Elizabeth Parton
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Nikki Kutz
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