BLUE SPRINGS LAKE (MILES: 10)
This is a good trail for the beginner to intermediate rider. The central spine is easy and fast with many short technical offshoots to challenge and build your skills.
LAKE JACOMO (MILES: 17)
This intermediate trail system is broken into a west and east side. The west side is easy to loop from the south marina parking lot and gets you climbing, playing on some rock and looking out over the lake with some very nice views. The East side is a bit more of a commitment as it’s primarily a linear trail, with plenty of climbing and a bit of a old school feel that will pin a smile on your face.
LANDAHL PARK (MILES: 18)
One of the oldest trails in our area. Landahl has something for everyone flow, technical rock, killer climbs and even the Ish jump trail.
STOCKSDALE PARK/WALNUT WOODS (MILES: 6)
This trail system explores the wooded slopes west of Rush Creek. The trail enhances both Stocksdale Park and the adjacent Walnut Woods Conservation area. To make this system one of the best places to learn it includes a bike skills course and pump track at the entrance to the MTB trails.
MOPAC SINGLETRACK (MILES: 8)
Fun trail system on the shore of pleasant hill lake. Mostly flat and winding through the woods but just enough tech to keep it fun and give you a bit of a challenge.
OPOSSUM HOLLOW (MILES: 6)
The trail is flagged with red markers and has several water crossings depending on the time of year, some with small wooden bridges and some without. There are lots of twisting, turning, and undulating sections.
MACADOO (MILES: 5)
The trail is a bit less used than its near-by sister Opossum Hollow. There are lots of twisting, turning, and undulating sections.
Rhett’s run (MILES:4)
This challenging mountain bike course were designed by the 1996 Olympics key course designers and are considered Columbia’s crown jewel of mountain biking but are open to hiking, running, and equestrian use
A fun trail system with memorable views in columbia mo.