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Riverplace Nature Trail

Austin, TX

Great trail....tons of stairs. Good elevation. Even more challenging if you park at the park at the bottom of the neighborhood and run up all the hill, however this is not for the light of heart.

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McKinney Roughs
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Dana Peak Park Trail
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Enjoyable trail running, not super well marked to help you figure out exactly where you want to go. Looking forward to running it again.

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Cedar Mountain Trail
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Pretty simple trail. Too short for my liking, but I ended up turning back and taking a trail off the main path (which is a no-no) and hiked straight up to enjoy a lake view. That short hike up was challenging a bit, which I liked since it was a short trail. A copperhead was killed there so be safe if you take the no-no route.

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Barton Creek Greenbelt
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Sansom Park Trail
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7 Completed 0 Reviews

Great trails. NEEDS trail markers!!

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Eagle Mountain Park
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

first time out there. I'm new to hiking. But this was a great hike!!!!sine of it was physically hard just bc I'm still getting in shape. but easy to find the trail. will not get lost.. Definately will go again.. i saw lots of deer:)

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San Antonio Mission Trail
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14 Completed 10 Reviews

Don't forget the sunscreen

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Woodway Trail
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Has 4.5 mi of good trails it does go both ways our direction

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4 - C National Recreation Hiking Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Hiked 10 miles up from the south entrance. Trail was well worn, flat, mostly shady and well marked. After the 10 mile sign things got more overgrown. Couldn't find the campsite that was supposed to be 9 miles in and it was getting dark so we had to make camp without finding the site. Be aware that you must bring or cache any water on this trail as heavy metals prevent the water from being filtered.

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