West Boundary FR 1672

Total Miles


369.82 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

This is an out-and-back trail into the Mark Twain National Forest with elevation changes, washouts, rocks, ruts, and a few turns. The trail is mostly a 2-track with a gravel/rocky surface and a couple of turnouts and campsites along the way. This route is right on the western edge of the Mark Twain National Forest, east of Lebanon, Missouri.

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West Boundary FR 1672
West Boundary FR 1672
West Boundary FR 1672


There are a few deep ruts/washouts on some of the hills that can be avoided with proper tire placement. Otherwise it's a pretty simple trail that you can pull a trailer down. If you decide to go past the creek at the end, it would be 5 or 6, but it seems the Forest Service is trying to keep people out by creating rock piles. Pass at your own risk; there are very few, if any, signs of traffic beyond that point.

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Access Description

From Lebanon: Take Highway 32 eastbound for 16 miles. The trailhead is on left very shortly after entering the Mark Twain National Forest boundary.

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