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Explore the best rated trails in Excelsior Springs, MO. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Rock Creek Trail (KS) and Kill Creek Streamway Trail . With more than 63 trails covering 325 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Watch out for motorized bikes and scooters! Most do not give warning to their passing. Many are higher powered "electric" "battery" operated and exceed a 5 mph speed without warning. Pedestrians and dogs are at risk. Also many of Waldo area homeless stay along the trail. Quite the sight to see!
Love the trail But there are alot of bikers then walkers. The bikers tend to ride by you really fast so stay alert and listen to your surroundings. Wish they had there own lane.
I walk this almost every day and love it. The distance is not correct however. This trail is easily 4-5 miles one way. Love the creek by the walk and all of the trees. It’s also safe and a gorgeous walk.
Rode from the south at the Argosy casino to the Costco on 152 highway. Very nice. Riverside area was a bit sketchy but not that bad.
Beautiful trail but I’m not sure why they didn’t make it a complete circle as it doesn’t really lead to anything.
Like this trail, hoping it will eventually go south and connect to the more rural portion by the river that's at Noland Rd. & 350 Highway!
We started at Kaw point Park at the confluence of the Kaw and Missouri River. We rode across the Missouri River and rode downtown KC. Farmers market and Cliff drive. We did 25 miles total. Great urban and industrial areas to use as trail.
If your headed to Weston, this is a nice side trail or Weston Bend State Park.Paved, gravel combination with ruts. The trailhead in Weston is hard to find, very poorly marked, word to the wise.
Trailhead not well marked In Westin. Some great , mediocre, gravel and rutted. Nice along Missouri River. Westin nice boutique town. Not worth a special trip, but if headed that way is a nice way to spend some time
Great trail! I ran alone and it was so traveled I never felt unsafe, but also not overwhelmed with other people. Everyone on the trail was there for fitness. However, from the other reviews I expected there to be at least one water fountain to refill my pack. I started at Cold Stone and went north to the end. There is not a single water source. So great trail, great condition, but no water.
Excellent 5 k ride. Mostly flat and along a creek.
This is a great skating path for KC. Lots of great little hills and nice workout. There is one wood bridge that’s a little rough on the skates
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