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Hiking** walking** camping** kayaking ** Backpacking** Float trips and other outdoor adventures.......

From beginner to more advanced, for fun or fitness, for the beauty of nature!....

Our adventures are close to home and sometimes further away....

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Upcoming events (5+)

Rescheduled Mooner's Hollow & Swimming Deer Trails moderate Pace Hike

Trying to time this to catch the bluebells in bloom. You get to see ares of them all over the park. We'll do both trails to total about 5 miles. Will post details later. What to bring: Good water friendly hiking shoes there may be a minor creek crossing. Plenty of water Hiking Poles Snack for the trail Dress for weather conditions (Warm layers recommended, hat gloves, scarf) Icy road conditions rain would of course cause this to be cancelled. I'll be watching the weather as the week progresses.. Note: The park is about an 50 minutes to an 1 hour from ST. Louis. .

Fun Evening Hike - Clark Trail - (Actual Start 6:30)

Lewis and Clark Trail

TIME: Meet at the parking lot around 6:20 PM, we will leave AT 6:30 PM. Please keep your RSVP up to date. We like to leave on time. WHAT: Join us for a FUN hike, but not recommended for beginners due to terrain. THIS IS NOT A SPEED HIKE. The trail is 5.3 miles long. MORE DETAILS ON “HOW TO GET THERE”: There is no sign in advance by the road designating the parking lot and trailhead. Assuming you are driving south on Hwy 94 slow down as you pass the Weldon Springs remediation site. The trailhead parking lot is close. The parking lot is on the left at the apex of the right hand turn. WHY WE LIKE IT: This is a great, forested walk for all year round. A great place to find solitude and a good workout. The Clark Trail is about 5.3 miles long, and the Lewis trail is about 8.2. DIFFICULTY: Medium to Difficult. There are hills. This trail gives you a wide variety of challenging terrain through creek bed and valleys from hardpacked dirt to gravel. WHO: Must be able to navigate comfortably with hills. WHERE: Lewis & Clark Trailhead. South on 94, approx. 2.5 miles from Hwy 40/61. Trailhead parking lot on left. BRING: Weather and season appropriate clothing, Headlight or Flashlight, Bug spray, Water, Trail shoes/boots, Hiking poles if you use them. AFTER: We often go out together afterwards to get something to eat. (This hike has been scheduled for every Tuesday "to infinity and beyond". However, I stay out of the woods once the ticks, chiggers, and mosquitoes show up. Once that happens I will put this hike on hold for me until fall and it's cool enough for the bugs to go away. Maybe someone else who deals better with the warmth and bugs will be willing to fill in. -- So please volunteer!) PLEASE keep your RSVP up to date. Thanks!

Hike the Mountain Bike Trail of Creve Couer Park

Note: Change of Location for start. Due to popular demand, the start will be at the top of the stairway, thus avoiding the 150 steps to climb. This trail is located within the ‘upper’ section of Creve Coeur Park. The Bootlegger's Run trail is now about 5 miles in length, with several interesting features including multiple ravine crossing sand switchbacks turns. The trail is has moderate elevation change and goes through lots of growth trees. Please be prompt. We leave at exactly at 9:00 am. Bring water, bug repellent, and sturdy walking shoes. Hiking Poles for those who used them recommended.

Fun Evening Hike - Clark Trail - (Actual Start 6:30)

Lewis and Clark Trail

TIME: Meet at the parking lot around 6:20 PM, we will leave AT 6:30 PM. Please keep your RSVP up to date. We like to leave on time. WHAT: Join us for a FUN hike, but not recommended for beginners due to terrain. THIS IS NOT A SPEED HIKE. The trail is 5.3 miles long. MORE DETAILS ON “HOW TO GET THERE”: There is no sign in advance by the road designating the parking lot and trailhead. Assuming you are driving south on Hwy 94 slow down as you pass the Weldon Springs remediation site. The trailhead parking lot is close. The parking lot is on the left at the apex of the right hand turn. WHY WE LIKE IT: This is a great, forested walk for all year round. A great place to find solitude and a good workout. The Clark Trail is about 5.3 miles long, and the Lewis trail is about 8.2. DIFFICULTY: Medium to Difficult. There are hills. This trail gives you a wide variety of challenging terrain through creek bed and valleys from hardpacked dirt to gravel. WHO: Must be able to navigate comfortably with hills. WHERE: Lewis & Clark Trailhead. South on 94, approx. 2.5 miles from Hwy 40/61. Trailhead parking lot on left. BRING: Weather and season appropriate clothing, Headlight or Flashlight, Bug spray, Water, Trail shoes/boots, Hiking poles if you use them. AFTER: We often go out together afterwards to get something to eat. (This hike has been scheduled for every Tuesday "to infinity and beyond". However, I stay out of the woods once the ticks, chiggers, and mosquitoes show up. Once that happens I will put this hike on hold for me until fall and it's cool enough for the bugs to go away. Maybe someone else who deals better with the warmth and bugs will be willing to fill in. -- So please volunteer!) PLEASE keep your RSVP up to date. Thanks!

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