McCormack-Greer Area

Winona, Missouri

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Long climbs and several rocky, technical sections make this stretch of the Ozark Trail somewhat difficult. It consists of 11 miles of single-track, with another 10 miles added on the road return route. It is recommended for experienced riders. However, since the trail is relatively short, with an opportunity to bail out three miles into the ride, more adventurous beginners may wish to give it a shot. Novices should expect to portage their bikes several times. Nearly all the Ozark Trail on this section is single-track. The numerous rocks in the trail vary from beds of small loose stones to shelf-like rock outcroppings that are a fun challenge to cross. A few of the bottomland sections of the trail follow double-track hard-packed roads. Windfall is common. This trail is located 16 miles south of Winona.
Mountain Bike! Ozarks

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Mountain Bike! Ozarks

by Steve Henry (Menasha Ridge Press)

Long climbs and several rocky, technical sections make this stretch of the Ozark Trail somewhat difficult. It consists of 11 miles of single-track, with another 10 miles added on the road return route. It is recommended for experienced riders. However, since the trail is relatively short, with an opportunity to bail out three miles into the ride, more adventurous beginners may wish to give it a shot.

Novices should expect to portage their bikes several times. Nearly all the Ozark Trail on this section is single-track. The numerous rocks in the trail vary from beds of small loose stones to shelf-like rock outcroppings that are a fun challenge to cross. A few of the bottomland sections of the trail follow double-track hard-packed roads. Windfall is common. This trail is located 16 miles south of Winona.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Winona
Distance: 11
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Season: Spring and fall are the best. Temperatures are moderate, fewer bugs are about, and spring wildflowers and fall colors decorate the landscape. Summer riding may be hot and humid, but a swim or canoe trip in the Eleven Point River will remedy those disadvantages. Views from ridge tops are better in wi
Local Contacts: Mark Twain National Forest 573-325-4233
Local Maps: USGS Piedmont Hollow, Greer
Driving Directions: Directions to McCormack-Greer Area

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