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Pibern Trail is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Cassville, Missouri that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 2.2 miles Elevation Gain: 226 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly



nature trips


bird watching




wild flowers


A beautiful walk with magnificent views of Roaring River Park. This is an easy hike from the bottom at the campground to the rim of the ledge and then back down to the campground. The views are very good in early Spring and Winter, the Summer leaves make harder viewing the entire area.

1 day ago

There are a couple of river crossings about ankle deep, a couple of steep up and downs, and a small portion of the trail can be pretty muddy. It’s 1-/2 mile of trail and about 1/2 mile of campground road. We did this and Devil’s Kitchen. It was a good day!

28 days ago

Great trail! Be prepared to cross the creek several times!

1 month ago

This was a fun short trail. It was definitely a good workout. I wouldn’t recommend doing it after rainfall though. Some parts of the trail got pretty muddy. Also, be prepared for a few small water crossings.

3 months ago

4 months ago

A very pretty wooded trail a few bluffs. it stays in sight of the park road so it's not secluded. If you are camping at that site it's worth the hike but it's not worth a special trip.

7 months ago

This is not a true loop unless you walk the road through the campground. I hiked there and back for a nice 3 mile hike. Good elevation changes with nice views of the campground and surrounding bluffs.

9 months ago

Logged it at 2 miles, nice little hike to enjoy nature.

Sat Apr 13 2019

Great hike with lots of up and down trails the entire time. Good for our kids 6 and 8 and the dogs.

Sun Feb 03 2019

Great trail, they have added markers to show trail better than it use to be.

Tue Nov 06 2018

Good walk but its really only .4 miles long very short.

Tue Aug 14 2018

Trail was ok, but nothing too interesting. that being said, it was a lot better than just staying home and watching TV.

Thu Oct 26 2017

Great trail with a lot to see. Just stop and look if you're new to the trail. Lots of roots and rocks just waiting to trip up a newbie. Difference in trail length might be due to the walk back through the campground. Leaves are beautiful right now. Fun hike with a few challenging areas.

Sat Oct 14 2017

Beautiful trail. A nice short trail that is very scenic. Many bluffs surround the trail that make for great pictures. Would like to do it again when the leaves are off the trees.

Sat Sep 30 2017

great trail! pretty scenic! fairly challenging terrain at times. perfect distance hike!

Sun Jul 30 2017

Fairly steep. This is a there and back trail.

Fri Oct 28 2016

Enjoyed it

Mon Oct 03 2016

Rugged trail. Trailhead says 1 mile. AllTrails says 2.4 miles. We logged 2 miles hiking the trail then back to the Trailhead through the campground. Some beautiful rock formations along the trail.

Wed May 11 2016

Fun hike. poorly marked to get off the dried river bed. walked 1/2 Mike off and had to back track. worth it though.

Thu May 05 2016

Very pretty

Sat Apr 30 2016

Great hike, nice bluffs, trail runs the ridge.

Fri May 01 2015

it was a very good trail. Going up the steps was tricky. They are uneven. The scenery with bluffs, woods, and creeks was very nice. You had to cross a creek 2 times. It was not deep, but it was cold.

Sat Nov 03 2012

I hiked this trail with my Basset Hound in early November. The trail starts out flat, immediately crossing a (in fall) dry creek bed. Later the trail drops back into the creek bed and follows it for a short distance. It then begins a steep climb up a side canyon. This is steep enough to require steps. The sign at the trailhead warns of 10% grades. The trail climbs up the side canyon beside a smaller dry creek bed for a moderate distance. It then turns back and follows the side of the hill (I'm from Colorado and these aren't mountains) overlooking the campground below. It crosses another side canyon and finally descends back down to the campground. Just before the start of the descent I turned around and retraced my steps back to the trailhead. If you continue you can walk back through the campground. I liked following the trail back through the woods. This trail has some steep climbs and several trips through the creek bed. In spring of after a big rain the creeks will be running so plan ahead. It is very pretty, great fall foliage, and interesting rock formations. A good dog walk also. Even my stubby legged Basset managed it without difficulty.

Wed Dec 14 2011

If you happen to be camping at Roaring River, this is nice short trail to add to your visit. There is a little wooden bridge at one end and some small ledge bluffs at the other. The trail follows along Loop 1 of the campground on the south side.

Tue Jan 11 2011

It was a pretty nice hike, I enjoyed it. On the right side of the trail there is a small cave hidden by the rocks. It is about half way through the trail. The cave is real small you have to crawl for about 20ft until you reach the back room of the cave. The back room is big enough for 3 adults do stand comfortably. the cave continues but it goes strait up, it is muddy and wet. I do not recommend climbing up farther

Mon Dec 13 2010

The trail follows a small stream on the north and west side of campground one at the park. Pleasant walk through the woods. Some rock formations to see.

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