Cliff Cave County Park Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Oakville, Missouri. It is 4.6 miles long and begins at 422 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 8.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 132 feet. Near the trailhead there is a parking. Along the trail there is a shelter.
Cliff Cave County Park Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"This is a fun place to kill an afternoon or burn off the day's frustrations with a cool evening ride. Cliff Cave County Park includes both open riverside space and forested land on the bluffs above the Mississippi River. The trail network is all on the relatively flat woodlands on the bluffs. The system is four to five miles of very nice hard-packed single-track-no one knows exactly how many miles because there are so many trails, and more are always being developed. Since there are no steep, long climbs on any trails in this system, and only a couple of technical sections on the rock bluffs in the northeast part of the park, Cliff Cave is a blast for beginners and experts alike. This trail is located south of St. Louis County."
--Steve Henry, Mountain Bike! Ozarks (Menasha Ridge Press).
"Managed by St. Louis County Parks, Cliff Cave County Park is home to the second-largest cave in St. Louis County. Although the cave itself is closed to protect the endangered Indiana bat, this short loop makes a fine day trip only minutes from the city."
--JD Tanner and Emily Ressler , Best Easy Day Hikes: St. Louis (Falcon Guides).
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