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

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hiking
23 days ago

Lots of different trails from paved to bluff side.

There's the Arch! Looking forward to the development to be completed.

The parks are what makes St. Louis a great place to live.

hiking
30 days ago

Tourists and residents alike I suggest getting a Forest Park Guide book or read on the history of the park/area before embarking on park exploration, this will make the experience more enriching.

walking
1 month ago

A nice, flat pavement for a run, walk, or bike ride as short or as long as you’d like! 60 degree weather in January made this perfect today.

hiking
1 month ago

One of our favorite spots in town to get away & grab a quick hike.

walking
1 month ago

Interesting things to look at. Kids love it.

Use to hav a great ride on the outside parts of the park

trail running
2 months ago

A must run! Long trail that’s paved and extremely well maintained throughout the year. Awesome views of Grant’s Farm and the Clydesdales. Bathrooms are closed in the winter. Multiple places where you have to wait for traffic to stop to cross the road. My go to when I need a long run.

Nice trail close to home. Great for a warm December day.

road biking
2 months ago

Nice urban trail. Runs from I44 to I55. Paved the entire trail. Lots of cross traffic. Good for biking, walking or running.

hiking
2 months ago

Used to be beautiful trails but they are ripping them out to pave them even though there was already 5 miles of paved trail. Took the adventure and beauty away. :(

hiking
2 months ago

Good, short trail for my dogs and me, but also challenging. Noisy because of traffic, but very beautiful.

trail running
3 months ago

Grant's Trail is a popular paved trail good for running, walking, roller blading, and cycling in a suburban setting. It is not a nature hiking trail per se, though it connects to a few short ones near Blake Snyder Park. The trail is level and miles are marked, so it is useful for distance training. Cyclist should beware of children, dogs, and the clueless during busy times. One can get up close and personal with the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales by Grant's Farm.

Easy 'trail', gravel or paved roads the whole way. The only challenge was the stairs. Wouldn't bother to do again.

hiking
3 months ago

This trail used to be good, but when you get inside Cliff Cave Park they totally ruined what made it beautiful to begin with. Paving the trail and taking it completely out of the woods is not cool (not to mention the fact that they're bulldozing down all the trees and the woods to accommodate people who want an "easy" nature experience that isn't even in nature anymore...what the hell??). I would suggest hiking on the wooded loop part of this trail and completely avoiding the Cliff Cave Park portion of it altogether. I'm really sad about how they ruined it...

nice Trail beautiful scenery easy access

Very enjoyable and fun to explore all the special surprises through the park.

I love this park for walking. it's peaceful and enjoyable especially in the fall. Deer everywhere in the park.

Great for the dogs. Spacious and clean

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