Missouri native Robert Corcoran set a new supported fastest known time (FKT) for the Ozark Trail last fall, completing the 230 miles in three days, 13 hours, 7 minutes, and 4 seconds.
Connecting the Ozark Trail in Missouri and the Ozark Highlands Trail in Arkansas would create a 700-mile hiking route through the heart of the Midwest. But will the dream ever become a reality?
Catching up with some recent Ozark Trail thru-hikers for their stories and advice.
When it comes to backpacking destinations in Missouri, the Bell [...]
A good guidebook puts a local expert in your day pack. Here are seven inspiring books for St. Louis area hikers.
From state champs and record holders to Olympians, some of the area’s elite runners sound off on what works, when it works, and what to avoid.
Soak up natural surroundings and outdoor recreation in Ellington, Missouri.
More than three days into his historic run of the [...]
A well-planned and well-prepared backpacking trip can be an incredible adventure, even for the greenest of beginners. Here's how to get started.
The Pacific River Walk Trail Project (PRWTP) is excited to [...]