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Iron County, MO

Crane Lake

5.00 Miles
Location: Mark Twain National Forest, Iron County Road 131.
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Bicycling (off pavement)
Dogs - On leash
Equestrian - Riding
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Wildlife Observation

Agency: USDA Forest Service

Five-mile, double-loop hiking and mountain biking trail, with a short segment also open to horses, where it connects with the cross-state Ozark Trail. The lake loop roughly parallels the shoreline of...

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Iron County, MO

Elephant Rocks Braille

1.20 Miles , Loop
Location: Inside Elephant Rocks State Park - 7406 Hwy 21, Belleview, MO 63623 N37°39.045 W90°41.415
Type: Fitness Trail
Nature Trail

Uses: Dogs - On leash
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Wildlife Observation

Agency: State

Paved Braille Signage Trail around 7.5 acre geologic natural area and spur trail to ruin of railroad engine house. 20 plus educational signs are on the trail written in both English and Braille. Repaved in 2010, most of the trail is at least 4 foot wide and wheelchair accessible. One 3 foot section is still only 36 inches wide....

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