In 2015, Maggie Finefrock spent three days walking the length of Kansas City using mostly trails dedicated to pedestrians and bike riders. Recently she returned to the starting point of her 42 mile journey: the Blue River Trail in south Kansas City.
In 2015, Maggie Finefrock spent three days walking the length of Kansas City using mostly trails dedicated to pedestrians and bike riders. Recently she returned to the starting point of her 42 mile journey: the Blue River Trail in south Kansas City. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
In 2015, Maggie Finefrock spent three days walking the length of Kansas City using mostly trails dedicated to pedestrians and bike riders. Recently she returned to the starting point of her 42 mile journey: the Blue River Trail in south Kansas City. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Hiking across KC: Maggie Finefrock’s course takes three days, 99,000 steps

May 13, 2017 08:00 AM

UPDATED May 13, 2017 08:00 AM

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