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 Maven on Thu, 07/30/2015 - 12:30pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
About as nice as I have seen in a while little soft spots here and there some with a little water but can skirt them with out get off the main trail bed. Let's try and keep it single track. Goes for Zombie as well very nice shape.
From Konafied on Wed, 07/29/2015 - 2:45pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
bluff view and zombie are in great shape. a bit of mud right when you drop into bluff view from al foster. there are a couple other little slick spots, but you can ride around easily.
From Somberlain56 on Mon, 07/27/2015 - 4:00pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Rode Zombie this afternoon before the deluge and it was in great shape. Rocks were still a little slick but dirt was tacky. Trail is roped off past the sign, though. Assuming it was swampy back there.
From RickTheRider on Sun, 07/26/2015 - 12:30pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Received a full inch of rain overnight and this morning. Steam bath right now!
From swissman on Sat, 07/25/2015 - 12:00pm - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
PrimeTime for both Bluff View and Zombie.
From B-Unit on Wed, 07/22/2015 - 11:30am - Bluff View (St. Louis Area)
Ready to ride. The squishy drainage uphill from the bermed switchback is still squishy and there are a few mud puddles but overall the surface is firm and grippy.