Summary: If you like unique and unusual rock formations,this trail provides just that. The trail is well maintained, there are some steep uphill climbs, and several bridged creek crossings. While hiking this trail I saw 2 deer, 1 turtle, and several lizards.
Trailhead: From Farmington, Mo., go east on 32 to AA turn right go 1.5 miles turn left at sign (Lat:37.80045 Lon:-90.322)
Trail Guides for Trail Through Time:
Missouri Conservation Atlas
by Mo. Dept. of Conservation (Mo. Dept. of Conservation)
Best Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer,
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs,
Ranger Contact: Mo. Dept. of Conservation. 1-800-379-2419
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Reviewed by Chris on 10/18/2003
This is a HikeClub of St. Louis favorite. I know of no other hike in Missouri with such interesting rock formations.
Reviewed by DJM on 9/14/2003
For a short hike, this trail offers a lot of scenery and interesting formations.
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