The northern end of CR 283 starts in the Mark Twain National Forest and quickly transitions to the Roger Pryor Pioneer Back Country. The trail starts off innocent enough and then drops to the valley, where the real fun begins. Multiple water crossings, mud/water holes, tight spots, and campsites make for a challenging time. Depending on the time of year, water levels vary, so be cautious when attempting the trail due to the number of water obstacles. The Ozark Trail - Blair Creek Section parallels the route the entire time. There are some short side trails available for exploration. CR 283 is worth checking out if you're looking for a challenge.
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