Ozark National Scenic Riverways (ONSR) is offering a variety of hiking opportunities this fall. All activities and events are free of charge and pre-registration is not required.
Now is the time to start planning fall and winter hiking adventures. ONSR has a variety of great trails for everyone to enjoy.
Visitors can explore trails independently or can participate in several ranger-led hiking events planned throughout the fall.
The fall hiking season began in the Round Spring area on Saturday, Sep. 17, and continue with special activities nearly every weekend through early November.
Fall is a great time to try the Current River Challenge hike/float adventure. This self-guided activity includes three “legs” to complete: a four-mile hike from Round Spring to Echo Bluff State Park; a four-mile hike from Echo Bluff to Current River State Park; and a four-mile float from Current River State Park to Round Spring.