Hike the White River Valley Trail near Branson on Saturday, May 12th. at 9 a.m. Mel and her hiking friends in Branson like this trail system. We will meet at the gas station located at Hwy 65 & Evans Rd at 9 a.m. and carpool and caravan to the Trailhead where we will meet up with Mel and her hiking friends.
Prepare for 5 hours of hiking which means bring plenty of water, lunch and snacks, good hiking shoes, suntan lotion and bug spray.
White River Valley Trail (MO)
CREW WORKING ON TRAIL
The White River Valley Trail is a 10.25-mile, natural-surface hiking and mountain biking trail located just outside the city limits of Branson and Hollister, Missouri. This joint land-use project with Missouri State Parks/Table Rock State Park and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers/Table Rock Project Office, which received $72,300 in Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funding, includes the first designated mountain biking trail system in the area.
The White River Valley Trail will help preserve some of the area’s trademark scenic attractions and offer a much-needed recreational trail for hikers and mountain bikers alike. This trail also offers a great opportunity for interpretation as there are multiple habitat types, homestead ruins, and many relics of the Table Rock dam construction from the 1950’s along the trail.