Willie Lee Trail #6201
ElevationAscent: 417' 127 m
Descent: -734' -224 m
High: 1,409' 429 m
Low: 978' 298 m
GradeAvg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 19% (11°)
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“This is a primitive trail leading through glade tops in the Mark Twain National Forest.”— Missouri Hiker
The path leads down a former county road that is made of gravel and loose rock. You'll steeply descend into the hollow and encounter a runoff creek, which will require a water crossing. Continue to follow the creek bottom and make your way around the loop for panoramic scenery of the glades area. The best viewing likely occurs when the foliage is minimal in the fall/winter.
The trail is marked with a mix of official white diamonds and amateur plastic ties. Many of the surfaces are rocky, washed out, and uneven. Consider bringing your trekking pole(s).
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Land Manager: USFS - Mark Twain National Forest Office