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North Shore Trail

Grapevine, TX

North Shore Trail is a 12 mile out and back trail located near Grapevine, Texas that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, mountain biking, trail running & walking and is accessible year-round.

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Cypress Creek Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

I enjoyed the hike here greatly! It had fantastic trails for hiking and mountain biking!

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BLORA / Fort Hood Trailblazers Mountain Bike Park
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6 Completed 3 Reviews

We had a fun time got lost in some of it needs to go with map no j or k on it rocks not to bad The climbs were fine will go back

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Kleb Woods Nature Preserve Trails
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

The web site claims dogs OK on leash. I got there with my dog on a leash for a nice hike and there was a sign that said no pets allowed. Which is it?

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Comanche Lookout Loop
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

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Devil's Hall
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0 Completed 1 Reviews

Absolutely fantastic trail! starts of with a nice uphill hike and drops down into a wash. Once you get to the wash follow it left, takes you through some nice rocky obstacles. Nothing difficult, just enough to keep it interesting. It'll lead you directly into "Devil's Hall".

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Loblolly Loop Trail at Camp Mohawk County Park
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

This trail is nice and relatively quick. It winds along with the chocolate bayou and provides several nice stops for scenery. I would suggest you visit in the late fall around October. You should also bring mosquito spray.

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Lake Jackson Wilderness Park Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Nice trail, a bit more walker than others in the area but parts are still unmowed. Watch out for spiders and webs. The best scenery is before you begin the trail at the boat slip. If you watch carefully, you can see a large concrete drainage dam. It's kinda neat to walk on.

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Rooney's Place trail
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337 Completed 337 Reviews

The 1980 version of "The road guide to backcountry dirt roads of Big Bend National Park" mentions the ruin in its description of the River Road. I think the Parks service has closed this road to motorized traffic, as they no longer show this side road on their maps. On the way down to Rooney's, you pass two other rock ruins. The location is 8.8 miles west of the east end of the River Road.

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Glenn Springs (site) trail
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337 Completed 337 Reviews

There is no trail, but Glenn Springs townsite is rich in century old history. Old foundations still exist, but none of the buildings do. Across Glenn Draw, was the Mexican Glenn Springs. The old cemetery can be reached by taking the Black Gap 4X4 road across Glenn Draw and taking the first left.

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Hill Country State Natural Area Trail #2b
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6 Completed 5 Reviews

Hike from second parking area then take #6 to 5b scenic overlook. It has 3 sets of benches and a elevation sign up there making the hike up a destination for lunch. You will cross over rocks and log stairs with shrubs and some trees for shade if needed. It's a short trail to top but you can make it longer coming back down by taking different turns. Take water if you do this because you can get thirsty quick.

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