Explore the most popular mountain biking trails in Kansas with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

35 degrees, snow over half frozen mud and a light rain falling. Just like a spring day on that AT.

Love walking this trail any season. So many eagles spotted today.

this trail is local for us as we live in rural Franklin county nice simple enjoyable trail.

Nice easy trail. We wandered off the trail a couple times to see other sights. Lots of deer tracks and lots of birds.

23 days ago

Ran a 3.5 out and back. nice trail for any level from recreation to running/easy hiking. great for family. differently pet friendly and the owners seemed to ensure personal where on the leases but didn't clean up dog poop

awesome

mountain biking
27 days ago

take wrong turn and you could end up on some hard trails. love it. definitely for those in better shape

mountain biking
27 days ago

wouldnt do it alone but its a fun decent ride.

mountain biking
27 days ago

so close to home. me and the dog hike it or i mtb it

mountain biking
27 days ago

need to update markers without affcting the nature aspect. Not limited to just these 3.1 miles. beautiful.

mountain biking
27 days ago

cant wait for this trail to be extendedneven fuether south. hopefuly sooner than later.

Nice trail, good views.

Great for running.

way better then west trail

You can drive to the top if you dont want to do the hike. Not much to see until you’re up there. Pretty cool little stone “castle” to check out with a good view

A friend and I hiked a couple of miles of this trail and then sat at Inspiration Point and watched the sun go down. There were lots of leaves on the ground but the trail was easy to follow and moderate in skill level. I appreciate the people at Camp Horizon leaving their gates open to allow people to hike. I will go back sometime.

hiking
1 month ago

hiked this for its length and scenery. We saw a bald eagle in flight. Beautiful. There is a section of the trail marked to stay on the trail because of unexploded ordinances. Surprised no one else mentioned that. The trail was really well maintained with benches and trashcans.

Beautiful trail! Use caution, husband and I saw mountain lion tracks in the snow there yesterday 11/28/2018!!

I spent 15 minutes on the trail just to check it out. this Trail appeared to have less horse traffic, a little better maintained and as a result smoother for hiking (or so it seemed) . Next time I return I'll go farther on the Blue Trail.

I didn't feel the trailhead was well-marked but once found I headed down the orange Trail. I stayed on the trail for 15 minutes just to see what it was like. For me the horses had churned up the trail, and I would recommend not wearing shorts as the weeds hang over the trail in many spots. again, on the orange Trail 4 only 15 minutes.
then I turned around to go and check out the Blue Trail

It's an off leash dog park. No doubt the best in the state.

Easy walk. Peaceful and beautiful

This was a FUN trail. It was more like 3.5 miles total, from the parking lot to the paved trail, to the hiking trail, and on the paved trail back to the parking lot. There is a lovely little stream that you cross 5-6 times (it would be difficult to cross if it had just rained). Lots of rocks, cliffs, a shallow cave, interesting trees, deer tracks, and birds. Hiked with our 3 and 6 year olds and it was hard at times (rocky), but they finished and enjoyed it overall! We will be back!

Lovely even on a cold gray day

Very nice flat and fast trail . Scenic along Kansas River.

Gave it a 4 due to the paved part. Not a big fan of pavement. If you like pavement it’s about 1/3 paved. Natural part was nice with all the fall colors.

hiking
2 months ago

This trail is a hidden gem along the shores of Pomona Lake. The blue trail roughly follows the Army Corps property line and the orange trail generally runs closer to the lake. This wonderful trail needs more traffic to keep the weeds down! Orange and blue together form a 40+ mile loop.

hiking
2 months ago

This trail is a hidden gem along the shores of Pomona Lake. The blue trail roughly follows the Army Corps property line and the orange trail generally runs closer to the lake. This wonderful trail needs more traffic to keep the weeds down! Orange and blue together form a 40+ mile loop.

I picked this trail up at I-Lan park (127th & Nall) and headed north to Leawood City Park...perfect out and back for a total of 6 miles. very level, recommend for training to increase running distance/time. Met people all along the way walking, jogging, biking. Lots of shade so will definitely keep this one in mind for summer however this trail is stunning in the fall.

It great you don't feel like you are in the middle of kc.

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