I went hiking with the Adventure Club at Blue River Parkway again, but this time on some trails along the western edge. I thought the “Old Railroad Bed” would be fairly dry despite recent rains and I wasn’t very wrong. The trail runs close to, and parallel to, the river and actually is an old railroad bed so it’s mostly a bit elevated and gravelly. There are normally areas where you can cross the river to the trails on the east side but the water was way too high (as expected).
Who the heck am I?
- NTD at CRSP with the OTA
- The Buffalo River Trail needs your help
- OHT detour between Stack Rock and Dry Creek
- Backpacking 101 in the Hercules Glades Wilderness
- Shores Lake & White Rock Mountain Loop
- Just say no – to camp fires
- In search of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker
- Ozark Highlands Trail – Salt Fork Creek to Ragtown Road
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