Bluff View

Bluff View

Bluff View is the newest addition to the St. Louis county network of trails. This 5 mile round-trip singletrack trail was built in 2012 by GORC and Americorps volunteers. The Bluff View trail features some rocky outcroppings, sustained climbs and descents and beautiful terrain. The trail's namesake will make you stop in your tracks to take in the expansive view of the Meramec river and Crescent Valley. If you know where to look you can pick out hints of the Chubb trail hillsides and a section of the Al Foster.

The Bluff View trail connects to the Al Foster trail and will soon connect to the Rock Hollow paved trail. Between Sherman Park, Al Foster, Rock Hollow and now Bluff View, you can assemble a lengthy ride in multiple configurations.


Trail Information

Bluff View Trail
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2.5 miles




Trail Conditions

Latest Conditions

From swissman on Tue, 09/01/2015 - 9:30pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Bluff View and Rock Hollow (Zombie) both are prime and super fast. Hopefully the property line dispute gets rectified soon as Zombie is one gem of single-track ;}
From mhayes on Mon, 08/31/2015 - 10:30pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Rock Hollow (Zombie): Do not go past the stl county sign until an issue with property boundaries is resolved. Do not go past this point. GORC will announce future details as they become available from STLco. Please spread the word to all trail users.
From intheweeds on Sat, 08/29/2015 - 11:00am - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
still great @ 8am today. Bluff & Zombie were busy this morning
From BOR on Wed, 08/26/2015 - 11:00am - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Rode Zombie from Castlewood yesterday--- Twenty something miles of pure bliss!!! Go get ya some!!!! Zombie is "Scrumtrulescent"! that's all I got to say about that.
From Schmidt on Sun, 08/23/2015 - 8:00pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Zombie and bluff in great shape
From Maven on Fri, 08/21/2015 - 12:45pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Very good again some of the best of the season. Zombie also great! Chainsaw tree limb down right past the trail ends sign. It is ride over size. But since we all stop at the sign it doesn't matter right.