Discover St. Louis Bike Trails & More

Residents of the Greater St. Louis region have an incredible asset in the River Ring. The network of greenways is much more than just a grouping of walking and bike trails.

Great Rivers Greenway’s focus on the River Ring is dramatically improving the quality of life in St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County by providing clean, well-maintained walking trails and making it easier than ever to find information about St. Louis bike trails and outdoor exercise paths.

With more green spaces to explore, St. Louis residents and visitors have access to new routes to work, school and surrounding communities as the number of St. Louis bike trails and on-street paths grows through the work of Great Rivers Greenway and partner organizations.

We encourage you to discover all that the greenways have to offer, and to get back in touch with nature in a place that provides clean air, clean water and a sense of serenity.

The greenways we create and use today will be a lasting legacy for tomorrow’s children...improving their health and well-being and fostering a way of life that is meaningful and significant. These greenways are showing the nation a new kind of St. Louis region — a place worth visiting and living.

Find Walking Trails & Bike Paths

Great Rivers Greenway maintains hundreds of miles of trails in the Greater St. Louis area for walkers, runners and bikers. Find walking trails and bike paths near you using our Trail Locator.

Discover Your Greenways

The River Ring represents our long-term vision of a connected region for St. Louis. Use our interactive map to explore and discover the 17 active greenways that make up the River Ring.

St. Louis Bike Trails

On-street bike routes and trails provide St. Louis residents with a safe alternative commute. See a full list of St. Louis bike trails, plus maps and more information about Bike St. Louis efforts.

Explore Individual Trails

Great Rivers Greenway has been working to connect St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County with a 600-mile web of greenways, parks and trails. Explore individual trails and see how they intersect with our interactive map.