FSR606 Brushy Ridge

Total Miles


448.29 ft


1.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This is a short trail, but it will give you beautiful views of the Mark Twain National Forest. The trail runs through a mixture of woods and open areas along the ridge top, with a stream and field at the bottom. Most of the trail is rocky and has several tight spots so you are guaranteed to get some pin stripping/scratches on your rig. This trail goes out and back with two short spurs. The main trail and 606B spur end are just short of private property.

Photos of FSR606 Brushy Ridge

FSR606 Brushy Ridge
FSR606 Brushy Ridge
FSR606 Brushy Ridge


There is one spot with a rocky ledge to climb but there is a bypass if you don't feel comfortable with it. Recommend 33" tires and recovery gear is always a must when off-road. The trail could become more difficult in winter with ice and snow.

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Status Reports

Chris Menz
Nov 26, 2023
1999 Jeep Cherokee
Open at the point it meets the 150, didn't ride it, but no apparent closure.

Access Description

The trail is off Skyline Drive FSR150.

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