Hiking The Eleven Point River Trail

The 8th most popular hiking trail in Missouri.

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Near Winona, the Eleven Point River Trail is a 35 mile route open to hiking. Two trailheads serve Eleven Point River Trail. The trail is popular as an equestrian trail. It is tough to cover the whole trail in one day, even on horseback; be sure to allow plenty of time.

To reach the eastern trailhead (FS3152) from Winona, MO, start from the intersection of HWY 19 and US 60. take Highway 19 south for 15.2 miles to FS 3152. Go east about six miles to the trailhead.

From Winona, MO, take Hwy 19 south 13 miles to Forest Road 3155; go two miles to McCormack Lake trailhead at McCormack Lake Picnic Area.

From Thomasville, MO, take Hwy 99 north 3.5 miles to Forest Road 3173; go east 1.5 miles to Forest Road 4155, then north to the Ozark Trail trailhead.

Overall, Eleven Point River Trail is the 8th most popular hiking trail of all 21 hikes in Missouri. Several of the better hiking trails are nearby Eleven Point River Trail including Ozark Trail - Taum Sauk Section, Berryman Trail, Kaintuck Hollow Trail, Whites Creek Trail, Big Piney Trail and Cole Creek TrailCedar Creek Trail.

Eleven Point River Trail Hiking Map



Local Contact(s):  Mark Twain National Forest (573) 325-4233; MO Tourism (800) 877-1234

Recommended Book:  "Hiking Missouri" from Kevin Lohraff

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Reference Source:  click here https://www.fs.usda.gov/mtnf

GPS:  36.7929, -91.2611

Date Published:  12/24/2015

Date Updated:  3/31/2018

ID:  15415

Eleven Point River Trail Hiking Map


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