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Good trail, with good periods of shade. However, there is so much undergrowth. Hence, I contracted posion ivy.

21 hours ago

Beautiful waterfall! Very scenic!

22 hours ago

Definitely go counter clockwise if you want an easier path. When you go clockwise, it starts along the creek on flat ground with a bit or gravel, then you go uphill and downhill and up hill again where there is a lot of large rocks. Good cardio workout. Once you reach the top, there is a bench. Then you walk a little less than a mile on flat dirt and there is another bench, right before it goes back downhill, where there are a few large rocks, but not too bad at all. Beautiful view of the woods. Saw a few deer and my dog loved the path. There is also an off trail path next to the kiln, but I don't think it reaches anywhere. Expected a little more from the creek, as there wasn't a lot of water but it was very clear. All together, it was a good workout but a bit boring for me. Still scenic though, despite the seed ticks. Be careful for them because I got them after my hike here. They look like baby ticks.

Easy hike above the Creve Cour Lake, A really nice hike. Good length.

Easy hike but a fun place. It's long but easy.

Trail head is a little tricky to find. Elk very close to the trail-seem pretty comfortable being that close to humans. Watch out for ticks-I brought one home with me.

Great trail with awesome views.

Love this park for runs!

Hiking was a challenge at times only due to poor trail markers. Good cliff views and camping spots.

Great cliffs and kickass rock formations. Super fun and easy trail.

Flat, easy, handicap friendly. Along the Lower Missouri River, directly across from St. Charles, Missouri. Mostly paved except for a 2 or 3 wash outs.