The Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy (KRTC) manages the Flint Hills Nature Trail and the Landon Nature Trail, converting these former rail lines into non-motorized public trails and wildlife areas across Kansas. We are a grassroots, non-profit organization of local volunteers.
Our Latest News
The 2014 Annual Meeting of Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy will be held on Saturday, November 15 in Ottawa, Kansas.read more →
Learn about tourism and business opportunities along the Flint Hills Nature Trail at public meetings in Council Grove on October 21, and Ottawa on October 23.read more →
The 2014 Admire Fall Festival Bike Ride takes place on October 11th in Admire, with 18 or 47-mile rides on the Flint Hills Nature Trail.read more →
There will be a Landon Trail dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 6th at 10:15 am at SE 45th St. in Topeka.read more →
A $1.9 million federal Transportation Alternatives grant will fund the development of Phase II of the Flint Hills Nature Trail, between US-75 and Admire.read more →