The Blue Ridge Horse Trail in the heart of the Missouri Ozarks weaves through the hills and hollows of the Eleven Point Ranger District in the Mark Twain National Forest. Climbing from low hollow bottoms to rocky ridge tops, the trail meanders through a forest of oak and pine. The Blue Ridge Horse Trail is about 10 miles long.
- Submitted by Jeff Foes
Does anyone know the deal with this trail? this is the first i've ever seen it but was going to try it tomorrow 5/23/20
A hour can be taken off this time very easily. towards the end there is a huge flooded section, and I didn't know how to get around it. Wasted 1 hour and added 2 miles figuring it out
Planning on running this route on 02-19-2023. I will do the one way starting Trailhead off of FR 3174 and ending at FR4155 at the West terminus of the trail.
Attempt to be rescheduled. I did get to run the first part (eastern) of the trail and last past of the trail (western). Time to scout, but not enough time to do a round trip. Looks like the trail has been worked on quite a bit since the last attempt (FKT). Trail is in good condition from what I saw. No flooding. Some branches down on trail, but no trees across the parts of the trail I was on.
Plan on running route on 03-04-2023.