Celebrating 25 years: snapshots from the Katy Trail's 25th Anniversary | St. Louis Public Radio

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The longest Rails-to-Trails project in the country, and Missouri's "skinniest state park" turns 25 years old this year. After weathering floods, storms and even a tornado, the 240-mile long Katy Trail attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.

The trail is 240-miles of hard, packed gravel, bisecting the state with a chain of small towns and rest stops from St. Charles to Clinton, MO dotting its path.


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