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Missouri Walking Clubs

Considerable effort has been made to ensure that the information for Missouri walking clubs is up-to-date, accurate and complete. To correct errors or add new or omitted walking clubs to the Missouri walking clubs directory, please submit the additions or corrections via the contact form.

Florissant Valley Walkers

1300 New Florissant Rd
Florissant, MO 63033
Andrew Lucas
(314) 831-8175

Hermann Volkssport Assn

2040 Hwy 100
Hermann, MO 65041
Tom Cabot
(573) 486-2747

South Central Region AVA

P.O. Box 3191
Joplin, MO 64803
Glen Conyers
(417) 434-0977

Dogwood Trailblazers

P.O. Box 8012
Joplin, MO 64802
Doris Conyers
(417) 434-0977

Clay-Platte Trackers of Kansas City

3944 NW 82nd St
Kansas City, MO 64151
Phyllis Gall
(816) 468-6012

Pace Setters Volkssport Club

16711 Branson Dr
Belton, MO 64012
Barb Ramsay
(816) 331-8598

St Louis-Stuttgart Volksmarch Club

6312 Lindenwood Ct #4
St Louis, MO 63109
Harrison Billy
(314) 481-3184

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Missouri Hiking Trails Guidebooks

Hiking Missouri

Kindle Edition - Hiking Missouri

This is a complete guide to 102 of the best day hiking trails in Missouri. Whether you're looking for a short and simple hike or a longer, more challenging trek, this book will lead you to the right trail. Hiking Missouri offers a guided tour of trails in every corner of the state, from St. Louis to the Ozarks to Kansas City. For each of the 58 featured parks and nature areas, it provides the following: selected trail descriptions, including the length and difficulty of each trail, plus detailed information on featured trails; easy-to-read maps of the park and of each featured trail; practical information on how to get to the park, hours of operation, available facilities, permits and rules, and contact address and phone number; brief descriptions of the park's history and terrain; and details on nearby parks and recreational opportunities. There's also a convenient trail finder that summarizes essential information about each featured trail so you can select an ideal hike.

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50 Hikes in the Ozarks: Walks, Hikes and Backpacks in the Mountains,
Wildernesses and Geological Wonders of Arkansas and Missouri

This new guide from prolific hiking author Johnny Molloy features tours of military battlefields, geological walks, and dips into caves, crags, mines, and other enchanting spots throughout the Ozarks and along the Ozark Highlands Trail. Specific emphasis is placed on the most scenic destinations and wild backcountry areas that make the Ozarks unique. The hikes range from one to 18 miles, with varying degrees of difficulty to accommodate every age and ability. Each hike is accompanied by a topographic map, hike difficulty, instructions for getting to the trail, and detailed descriptions of the hikes, including trail junctions, stream crossings, and interesting human or natural history you'll find along the way.

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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: St. Louis

Mention St. Louis, and most people think of the famous arch. Residents and knowledgeable visitors appreciate the many outdoor recreational opportunities the Gateway to the West has to offer. With new hikes and updated text and maps, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: St. Louis points hikers to the best outdoor trails and rambles within easy reach of the city. Whether walking in the footsteps of Louis and Clark, exploring amazing rock formation in the Pickle Springs Natural Area, or trekking along a portion of the longest rails-to-trails paths in the United States, hikers are sure to be amazed at the diversity of outdoor experiences awaiting them.

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Hiking St. Louis: A Guide to 30 Wooded Hiking and Walking Trails in the St. Louis Area

Hiking St. Louis contains detailed directions and descriptions of 30 unique hiking trails in the St. Louis metro area. The trails, almost all within an hour's drive time, include creeks and waterfalls, canyon and bluff over-looks, river valleys and hillsides covered with wildflowers, unique limestone formations and caves, a rainbow originating from Laumeier Sculpture Park and countless year-round breathtaking views.

"This trail guide is so easy to follow. It gives just a little history of an area and then exact and detailed directions of each trail. This book is for a local and tourist or newcomer to the area. I loved Cliff Cave Park and the overlook of the Mississippi river, which I had always wanted to find. And I loved Belle Fountaine and Coldwater Creek with the WPA ruins and giant staircase. The overlook there was spectacular too. I am discovering so many new places and some of the harder trails I have been shown how to make them easier. Ellisville has a very interesting trail system, on which I took my bike, being a paved trail, but mostly wooded. I love the information about available restrooms, suggested seasons difficulty of trails, etc. I will purchase this inexpensive book for many of my friends, relatives, and business partners because there is so much valuable information about the wooded trails all within the St. Louis area and it is in the format of a hiker-friendly book that is easy to carry."

"I haved lived in St. Louis for most of my life, yet I never knew there were so many beautiful parks hiding within our city. After reading Hiking St. Louis, I feel as though I have made a new discovery right underneath my nose. The hiking trail directions and maps will make it easy for me to find these nearby treasures and enjoy them during their best seasons. I look forward to pulling out those old hiking boots this upcoming Fall season."

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Ozark Hideaways: Twenty-Seven Day Trips for Hiking and Fishing

In this practical guidebook aimed at the weekend adventurer, the author presents 27 places that are "best-kept secrets" in Ozark. He reveals secluded waterways, shaded pools, and gushing waterfalls, along with descriptions of plants, animals and geology.

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Hiking Mid Missouri - Scenic Trails of the Heartland

This guide describes and illustrates over 120 dayhikes at 40 areas throughout Central Missouri. The hiking areas were chosen to demonstrate the geologic, topographic, floral and faunal diversity of our region. Designed primarily for families, naturalists and weekend explorers, the guide is illustrated with maps and photos. For each hiking area, the following information is provided: 1. Trail routes, mileage, difficulty, terrain and walking time 2. A narrative describing the natural and historic features of the area 3. Specific directions to the area from regional cities and highways. The guide's introduction includes a discussion of Central Missouri's landscape and Appendix I provides an overview of the region's natural history. Appendix II lists conservation organizations of Mid-Missouri and encourages readers to support these vital groups. A Bibliography and Index complete the guide.

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The Complete Katy Trail Guidebook

This guidebook covers the many distinctive towns along Missouri's 200-mile-long Katy Trail as it follows the Missouri River and passes through the world's "breadbasket" of agriculture and Missouri's legendary wine country. This guidebook includes handy service information for each town, maps, photographs and features of some one-of-a-kind individuals you'll meet along the way. Whether you're biking the trail, hiking it, or travelling from town to town by car, this guidebook is the perfect resource for every traveller. Longer stories are also included for rainy-day armchair odysseys. If you've ever wondered which goddess adorns our capitol, or wanted to make blueberry wine, or pondered the many uses for Missouri mud, this book is for you.

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