There will be a Landon Trail dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 6th at 10:15 am at SE 45th St. in Topeka.
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.
We need volunteers this Saturday to work on the trail between Rantoul and Ottawa to clear brush.
Trails users please take note: This weekend an ultra marathon is taking place on the Flint Hills Nature Trail between Osawatomie and Ottawa.
The City of Overbrook and the Kanza Rail-Trails Conservancy held a dedication ceremony on May 10th for a new trailhead on the Landon Nature Trail.
The last of four public design workshops for the Flint Hills Nature Trail wrapped up recently in Osage City. The events allowed the public to learn about upcoming plans for development of the trail, and to offer their ideas and input.
A workday was held on the Landon Nature Trail on April 19th, with volunteers working to clear and maintain the trail. A report and photos.
You are cordially invited to the dedication of the Overbrook Trailhead of the Landon Nature Trail, on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 10:00 am at the south Maple Street trailhead.
In June of 2012, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback performed the honors at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new segment of the Flint Hills Nature Trail.
The recipient of the 2012 Governor’s Tourism Award was the Flint Hills Nature Trail. The award recognizes Kansans for outstanding contributions to the travel and tourism industry.