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Level: Beginner
Length: 35 mi (56.3 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +203/190 ft
Total: 26 riders

Mountain Biking Frisco Highline Trail

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#146 of 158 mountain bike trails in Missouri
#11831 in the world

Trail that covers an old Railroad track

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
The trail begins in Springfield MO near the intersection of Ka** Expressway and West Bypass. It end in Bolivar MO near Broadway Street (HWY 32)
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  • JoshStroud

    It is very flat most of the time. It was awfully marked but still fun to ride, if encase you want to get lost in the woods.

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  • CFM

    Stayed on the paved and crushed gravel parts of this trail. The northern stretches from Bolivar are holding water in many places. We saw a lot of horse sign and motor vehicle tracks even though neither is allowed.

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  • ****

    Do not be confused by the prior reviews, there is a section of single track here that runs parrellel to the old gravel rail trail. You will need to go to the trail access at this address:

    Junction Cafe LLC
    8376 W Farm Road 68, Willard, MO 65781

    Maintained trial runs about 4 miles in length, and the is less maintained trail beyond that. It appears to be marked with flags for future trail.

    High ground is dirt packed and predominately quick up and down segments. Watch out for the low ground as you can hit some significant mud holes. Not real technical but is quite a fun ride.

    You can pedal quick through this track because there are no steep climbs. If you get tired you can hop right up on the railroad trail.

    The more people that ride this the better it will get.

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  • ***

    There is now Singletrack getting layed in between Willard (along hwy 123) and going to Walnut Grove. The Singletrack starts near junction cafe(intersection of hwy 160 & 123). The singletrack isn't all the way through to Walnut grove, a few more miles to go, but there's ~ 5-6 miles of smooth singletrack, good stuff for an early morning workout. If there are any horses on the singletrack or the graveled FHT, call the Sheriff, and let them know they are not supposed to be there; the FHT is private property held by Ozarks Greenways, it isn't public property, and horses are not allowed, as posted on signs on the trail.

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  • kc0aac

    This trail is simular to the KATY trail, not as well maintained. Boring for mountian bikers, but tough on on road tandem

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  • 88brad88

    This is not a mountain bike trail, it's mainly flat trail about 8 feet wide that starts paved and turns into gravel.

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  • pbuckler

    This trail once was a train track. It is now packed gravel and is relatively boring for a mountain bike rider.

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