Goggins Mountain Equestrian Trail
- Horseback Riding
Length: 10 Miles View map
This somewhat difficult loop passes through the Goggins Mountain Wild Area – 5,000 acres of oak-hickory forest that is critical habitat for many songbirds and other animals. Free of roads, power lines and other development, you can experience something increasingly hard to find – wilderness. For extending your trip on foot, use the white connector that connects Goggins Mountain Equestrian Trail to the Taum Sauk Section of the Ozark Trail. Horses are not permitted on the Ozark Trail. Be prepared for some uphill climbs and rocky foot tread. The trail crosses several rocky creeks, especially in wet weather. Carry plenty of water, since water to treat for drinking may not be available.
You may experience:
- Water/stream crossings without bridges
- Steep grades and inclines more than 10 percent
- Bluffs or drop-offs next to trail
- Natural surface, dirt, mud, gravel, shifting rocks, slippery surface, etc.
- Rocks, roots and/or downed vegetation on trail
- Low hanging vegetation
|Length||Estimated Hiking Time||Type||Blazes||Trailhead|
|10 Miles||7 hours, 30 minutes||Loop||Yellow||
Along County Road MM at the park's campground