Columbia Bottom Conservation Area

Saint Louis, Missouri 63138

Columbia Bottom Conservation Area

Columbia Bottom Conservation Area Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"At Columbia Bottom, you can hike to the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, just downstream from the site of Lewis and Clark’s 1803–04 winter camp."

Columbia Bottom Conservation Area Reviews

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3/24/2018
this trail is just okay. not well cleared of trees and debris and it makes it hard to complete the loop. the views of the missouri river are cool.
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4/3/2011
Lots of water sources in the spring, but few travelers. A great hike, but not much to look at, just thick forest. Is also a heavily used horse trail.
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11/1/2009
Hit the Berryman on a beautiful day in November. The section we biked was fast and fun. The trail is great for biking. The only negative aspect was hunting season with the occasional gun going off to make you duck your head lol
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Trail Information

Saint Louis
Nearby City
8
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
1–3 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
Edward, Ted, and Pat Jones - Confluence Point State Park
Local Contacts
Columbia Bottom USGS topo
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Dec 2018