Brush Creek Road

Total Miles
4.5

Elevation

185.24 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter, Summer

Trail Overview

Brush Creek Road, or Bollinger County 720, is a gravel backroad that, runs along Brush, and Slagle Creek through the hilly countryside. The road features several steep hills, sections of the road that show serious wear and potential for flash flooding when conditions are wet. The road has a base of red course creek gravel with a big natural rock sticking out at the surface in typical Bollinger County fashion.

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Brush Creek Road
Brush Creek Road
Brush Creek Road

Difficulty

The Brush Creek road features sections where the gravel fades to dirt and mild ruts, and also has natural rocks popping out in spots along the road, there is also a low water bridge near the center of the road, and there are signs that the creek flash floods here and could easily cover the road and become the biggest obstacle the road could have, due to the roads low maintenance it appears to fall into mild muddy sections and small water collection spots, and also features the typical mounding, washboarding, and potholes.

Technical Rating

2

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Access Description

From Missouri Route E, the north entrance point can be found at 37.12836, -90.11836, From Missouri Route P, the south entrance point can be found at 37.08450, -90.09096. The road connects these two points just by following the 720 signs.

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