A 1.5-Mile Hiking Trail In Missouri, White Tail Trail Is Full Of Babbling Brooks
Water can be so calming, can’t it? Whether we’re relaxing at home listening to the rain tap dance on the roof or we’re sitting by a cascading waterfall, the melody of the water can put us at ease. Tranquility can be illusive sometimes, but you just might find it when you follow the White Tail Trail in Missouri that’s dotted with babbling brooks.
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Have you hiked the White Tail Trail in Missouri? What were the highlights? Join the conversation in the comments! If you’re up for a bit more hiking, stay in Parkville Nature Sanctuary and follow Old Kate Trail, which features a waterfall.