This is how hard our OTA volunteers work... blisters of love! Photo: Scott Hayden
Over $6,000 was raised at Trivia Night on February 18th!
Join us for the OT Challenge Hike.
OTA adopters go above and beyond!
Headquarters maintenance vs trail maintenance
Bridges over the Current River leading to the new trail! Photo: Mark Nettles
Santa's elves made a detour for some trail fun
Wild Horses of Shannon County
Mark Nettles Award Winning photo from the top of Mina Sauk Falls
Jim Davis Award Winner
GORC ramping up the trail for a little more fun!
Mega chow line.
This is the way to tag the trail OT!
It takes a lot of hard hats to protect 175 Mega trail builders
"Is this heaven?" "It's Missouri."
Trail's-eye view of an OTA crew
Sunday, Apr 02 2017 - 8:00amTool repair at OTA house
Tool repair at OTA house. This will include handle replacement, equipment inventory, power tool maintenence. Power tools, b...
Tuesday, Apr 04 2017 - 6:00pmAl-Pint Night at the Alpine Shop Kirkwood MO
WHOOOHOOOO!!!! Join us as we celebrate our successes this year at the OTA Alpine Pint Night to be held at the Kirkwood store. We'll be gathe...
Saturday, Apr 08 2017 - 8:30amWhooping it Up in Winona
Spring is just around the corner and we are heading back down to the southern sections to do some TLC on the OT. Plans are to wor...
Tuesday, Apr 11 2017 - 6:00pmMonthly Meeting - Powder Valley CA
The Volunteers who run the Ozark Trail Association gathers monthly to discuss progress made and to set out operational tasks and goals. Thes...
Friday, Apr 14 2017 - 8:30amPowder Mill Maintenance Multi-day
Plan to spend time on the OT as we gather at Powder Mill for 3-4 days of work from Friday, 4/14 to Monday, 4/17. (NOTE: If the weather...
Spring 2017 MEGA I Prep
Round Spring Feb 26 Build
2017 Trivia Night
Round Spring Feb 12 Build
OTC Meeting Echo Bluff SP Feb 11, 2017
Round Spring Super Bowl Build
Scouting University Jan 28 2017
Mississippi Valley Bike and Outdoor Expo Jan 15
Round Spring Jan 9 Build
Round Spring Jan 8 Build
To develop, maintain, preserve, promote, and protect the rugged natural beauty of the Ozark Trail.