All Kansas state parks and many wildlife areas and fishing lakes have hiking trails available that encompass a diverse variety of terrain, distances and physical abilities. Bike and horseback riding trails are also accessible throughout the state, including the Flint Hills Nature Trail. At 117-miles, this crown jewel is the longest trail in our state and the seventh-longest rail-trail in the nation.
A New Kansas Trail
Flint Hills Nature Trail Come see why cyclists are excited about the 117-mile-long Flint Hills Nature Trail. The trail passes through five counties with much to see and do along the way. As you ride, enjoy the spectacular views, historic sites, abundant prairie plants and wildlife. The Flint Hills Nature Trail welcomes riders of all ages and skill level. We look forward to seeing you on the trail! Using hashtag #noplacelikeKS, share your Kansas bicycle adventure.