Length: .50 Mile View map
This trail offers views of both the Osage and Missouri Rivers. In 1804, the confluence of these two rivers was just beyond the overlook. Today, due to channelization of the Missouri, these two rivers meet about seven miles away. Interpretive panels along the trail discuss the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Sections of the trail are steep. There are two benches to provide a place to rest.
|Length||Estimated Hiking Time||Type||Blazes||Trailhead|
|.50 Mile||25 minutes, one way||Linear||Blue|