St. Louis, Missouri and the surrounding area is covered with excellent biking, hiking, equestrian trails. With summer quickly coming to an end, now is the time to get in some quality time on your mountain bike or your road bike. Here are three of the best biking trails in St. Louis.
• Castlewood State Park is a diverse park that offers eight different trails for both hikers and bikers alike. The trails vary in difficulty and are an excellent area for both beginners and experienced bikers. The surrounding area will provide you with scenic views of the Meramec River and the surrounding meadows around Castlewood State Park. • Key Trail State Park is the second longest trail in Missouri and totals 225 miles of trail. The entire path is available for both hikers and bikers, with various parts of the trail open to equestrian. With so much trail, you should have plenty of space as a biker. In total, it could take about five days to complete the entire trail on a bike. • Route 66 State Park is a 420-acre park with four trails that are friendly to bikers, hikers, and equestrians. The area is known to be an excellent spot for bird watching and is home to 40 different types of birds. The park is nearby Castlewood State Park and Rockwoods Range.