Your Prairie Spirit Trail Resource Site
With the oncoming winter, restrooms and water sources are being shut down, so be sure to carry enough water on your winter trail rides!
Iola once again took the Prairie Spirit Trail Challenge crown, and communities along the trail logged over 23,000 miles this year!
After four months of the 2016 Prairie Spirit Trail Challenge, our communities have ridden over 19,000 miles! With one month left, who will be the champion?
One of the great things about the Prairie Spirit Trail is that it runs through the PRAIRIE, and prairies are alive with blooms, especially at this time of the year.
New interpretive signs have been added to rest stops along the Prairie Spirit Trail, describing interesting plants and animals to be found along the trail.
Three months into the 2016 Prairie Spirit Trail Challenge, our communities have ridden over 10,500 miles!
Freelance Writer Andra Bryan Stefanoni wrote an article about the Prairie Spirit Trail for the Joplin Globe: Prairie Spirit Trail offers 52 miles of riding.
The standings after two months of the 2016 Prairie Spirit Trail Challenge: Iola, Garnett, Humboldt, and Ottawa
The Lehigh Portland Trails are now officially open in Iola, with a unique mixture of wide gravel trails and narrow singletrack trails, over 7.5 miles in total.
The standings after one month of the 2016 Prairie Spirit Trail Challenge: Iola, Humboldt, Garnett, and Ottawa