Lodging with breakfast - Shuttle to start of tour - Detailed map with current conditions/detours - Katy themed T-shirt and patch - Luggage tags - Suggested packing list
Everything in the Self-Guided Tours + PLUS + Guide riding with last guest ensuring safety - Support & gear van stationed throughout the tour - Luggage transfers - Lunch provided - Dinner suggestions and transportations
Full service tour tailored to your timing and group's desires - Bachelorette party - Wedding - Office outing - Added features such as premium accommodations, biplane, horseback riding, wine tours, boating etc.
Crossroads Bike Tours is the #1 Tour on the Katy Trail. Due to our buying power, we have discounted pricing on selected dates. If these dates don't meet your schedule then call into our office 314-656-6229 or send INQUIRY for dates that work for you. For start dates other than these selected days, discount does not apply.
Your self-guided tour includes your lodging, breakfast, transportation to the trailhead, trail map, t-shirt, luggage tag and patch.
You might consider these extras for your tour
Your luggage will be transported to each lodging location while you ride the trail. No need to carry your luggage on your bikes, let us do the work for you. $30/day/bag (medium luggage size). On last day of trip your bags will be in St. Charles around 1:30 - 2:00pm for your planning purposes.
Need a bike rental for the trail? We have hybrid bikes for $40/day (Fuji Absolute) and e-bikes for $80/day (Specialized Como)
Do you need a hotel the night before the ride or the night you end the tour? Hotel in St. Charles right on the trail for $175/night.
We pick up at 8:00am on the first day of the tour and you should arrive back to St. Charles around 12-1:00pm on the last day of the tour for your planning purposes
Below are the elevations (altitudes) for towns along the Katy Trail. As you can see, there is some variation in the western section, and then a gradual decline heading eastward from Boonville where the trail runs alongside the Missouri River. Thanks to Gary Irwin for providing this chart.