Best Mountain Biking in Missouri

This list represents the most popular mountain biking in Missouri. Use this list to plan your next Missouri mountain biking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Chubb Trail

    6 Reviews

    Saint Louis, MO

    Nine miles long, the Chubb Trail is a versatile and popular point-to-point trails with a short loop on its eastern end. It connects with West Tyson County Park to Lone Elk County Park, passing ...
    •  14 miles
    •  Guide

    Nine miles long, the Chubb Trail is a versatile and popular point-to-point trails with a short loop on its eastern end. It ...

  • #2 Berryman Trail

    6 Reviews

    Berryman, MO

    Put the 24-mile Berryman Trail on your must-ride list: it offers one of the best mountain bike experiences in Ozark Country. Almost all of this scenic loop ride is on single-track-parts are rough ...
    •  24 miles
    •  Guide

    Put the 24-mile Berryman Trail on your must-ride list: it offers one of the best mountain bike experiences in Ozark Country. ...

  • #3 Sac River Trail

    5 Reviews

    Springfield, MO

    The Sac River Trail is located on a 300-acre tract near the city of Springfield's wastewater treatment plant, but nothing stinks about this ride. Opened in summer of 1996, it's a sweet six miles ...
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    The Sac River Trail is located on a 300-acre tract near the city of Springfield's wastewater treatment plant, but nothing ...

  • #4 Busch Wildlife Biking-Hiking Trail

    2 Reviews

    Saint Charles, MO

    The 3.2-mile Busch Biking-Hiking Trail passes by many of the abandoned bunkers that once housed high explosives. The trail is an easy one, following a combination of old roads from the area's ...
    •  3.2 miles
    •  Guide

    The 3.2-mile Busch Biking-Hiking Trail passes by many of the abandoned bunkers that once housed high explosives. The trail ...

  • #5 Busiek State Forest

    4 Reviews

    Springfield, MO

    This state forest's 15-mile network of trails winds through 2,505 acres of rugged Ozark topography. Beginners will enjoy riding along the roads paralleling Woods Fork and Camp Creek. Adventurous ...
    •  15 miles
    •  Guide

    This state forest's 15-mile network of trails winds through 2,505 acres of rugged Ozark topography. Beginners will enjoy ...

  • #6 Landahl Park

    2 Reviews

    Blue Springs, MO

    Landahl Park is an exciting and expanding trail network in northeast Jackson County. Fifteen miles and growing, this system of interconnecting loops consists almost completely of hard-packed ...
    •  15 miles
    •  Guide

    Landahl Park is an exciting and expanding trail network in northeast Jackson County. Fifteen miles and growing, this system ...

  • #7 Council Bluff Lake Trail

    9 Reviews

    Potosi, MO

    Council Bluff Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Washington County and Iron County, Missouri. It is 11.6 miles long and begins at 1,091 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 23.2 miles with ...
    •  11.6 miles

    Council Bluff Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Washington County and Iron County, Missouri. It is 11.6 miles long and begins ...

  • #8 St. Joe State Park

    2 Reviews

    Park Hills, MO

    While some of the trails in the network at St. Joe are difficult for beginners, most of the maintained trails can be ridden by novices. The unofficial trails that traverse the park are more ...
    •  40 miles
    •  Guide

    While some of the trails in the network at St. Joe are difficult for beginners, most of the maintained trails can be ridden ...

  • #9 Chadwick Motorcycle Use Area

    0 Reviews

    Chadwick, MO

    Chadwick Motorcycle Use Area networks more than 100 miles of trail in a 12-square-mile area of the Mark Twain National Forest. It offers something for every mountain biker: potential loops of ...
    •  30 miles
    •  Guide

    Chadwick Motorcycle Use Area networks more than 100 miles of trail in a 12-square-mile area of the Mark Twain National Forest. ...

  • #10 Huckleberry Ridge State Forest

    3 Reviews

    Pineville, MO

    Huckleberry Ridge State Forest is a network of approximately 14 miles of trail. The network will take you over single-track, rough double-track, and narrow gravel roads. The single-track is the ...
    •  14 miles
    •  Guide

    Huckleberry Ridge State Forest is a network of approximately 14 miles of trail. The network will take you over single-track, ...

  • #11 Kaintuck Trail

    3 Reviews

    Newburg, MO

    The Kaintuck Trail is a good place for beginners, with its network of mostly easy-to-ride loop selections varying in length from 2 to 13 miles. The trail surfaces run the gamut, from gravel forest ...
    •  13 miles
    •  Guide

    The Kaintuck Trail is a good place for beginners, with its network of mostly easy-to-ride loop selections varying in length ...

  • #12 Sutton Bluff ATV Trails

    0 Reviews

    Centerville, MO

    The Sutton Bluff ATV trails are a series of point-to-point trails totaling 20 miles in length. By tying the trails into forest service and county roads in the area, cyclists have many loop options ...
    •  20 miles
    •  Guide

    The Sutton Bluff ATV trails are a series of point-to-point trails totaling 20 miles in length. By tying the trails into forest ...

  • #13 Sports Complex Park

    2 Reviews

    Kansas City, MO

    Primarily being developed for mountain bikers by mountain bikers, Sports Complex Park is the newest addition to the Jackson County park system. The Earthriders Mountain Bike Club is building ...
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    Primarily being developed for mountain bikers by mountain bikers, Sports Complex Park is the newest addition to the Jackson ...

  • #14 Greensfelder County Park

    2 Reviews

    Eureka, MO

    Greensfelder County Park and the adjacent Rockwoods Reservation combined form 5,000-acre tract of semiwild public land in western St. Louis County. Oak-hickory forest covers the rocky hills and ...
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    Greensfelder County Park and the adjacent Rockwoods Reservation combined form 5,000-acre tract of semiwild public land in ...

  • #15 Honey Creek Conservation Area

    1 Reviews

    Saint Joseph, MO

    Honey Creek Conservation Area, is a 1,148-acre chunk of forested hillsides and open fields next to the Nodaway River. Its 11-mile trail system wanders throughout the landscape on hard-packed ...
    •  11 miles
    •  Guide

    Honey Creek Conservation Area, is a 1,148-acre chunk of forested hillsides and open fields next to the Nodaway River. Its ...

  • #16 Castlewood Loop

    7 Reviews

    Castlewood State Park, MO

    Castlewood Loop is a hiking trail in St. Louis County, Missouri. It is within Castlewood State Park. It is 2.8 miles long and begins at 433 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.6 miles ...
    •  2.8 miles

    Castlewood Loop is a hiking trail in St. Louis County, Missouri. It is within Castlewood State Park. It is 2.8 miles long ...

  • #17 Katy Trail Spur to Jefferson City

    7 Reviews

    Jefferson City, MO

    Katy Trail Spur to Jefferson City is a hiking and biking trail in Jefferson City, Missouri. It is 0.6 miles long and begins at 619 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.1 miles with ...
    •  0.6 miles

    Katy Trail Spur to Jefferson City is a hiking and biking trail in Jefferson City, Missouri. It is 0.6 miles long and begins ...

  • #18 The Mecca

    2 Reviews

    Cassville, MO

    This area was discovered by several mountain bikers out of Springfield, who called the place the Mecca because "You end up praying, one way or the other." There are two main routes through the ...
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    This area was discovered by several mountain bikers out of Springfield, who called the place the Mecca because "You end up ...

  • #19 Lost Valley Trail

    1 Reviews

    Saint Charles, MO

    The Lost Valley Trail in Weldon Spring Wildlife Area is a perfect ride for beginners. Eight miles long, is uses abandoned farm roads that later served as access to local ammunition stockpiles ...
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    The Lost Valley Trail in Weldon Spring Wildlife Area is a perfect ride for beginners. Eight miles long, is uses abandoned ...

  • #20 Ridge Runner Trail

    2 Reviews

    Willow Springs, MO

    If you like challenging mountain biking in a wilderness area, you'll love the Ridge Runner Trail. Divided into two loops, the Noblett Loop to the north and the North Fork Loop to the south, this ...
    •  38 miles
    •  Guide

    If you like challenging mountain biking in a wilderness area, you'll love the Ridge Runner Trail. Divided into two loops, ...