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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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Cedar Mountain Trail
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

Very scenic! There are a lot of hills to climb up and down. Definitely a good cardio work out.

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Boulder Park Trail
by Keith Michaelis

12 Completed 0 Reviews

Top Dallas trail!

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St. Edwards Park- Hill Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Very easy hiking - couple good spots for relaxing by the river. I took the red trail out and back, and did a loop at the bottom - was probably only 3-4 miles total. Nice place for a stroll beside the water.

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Duck Creek Greenbelt Trail
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7 Completed 4 Reviews

This trail is very shaded and has some beautiful tall trees. However, I noticed a LOT of trash near the creek and the trail. This was probably due to the recent rains and the flooding. It just isnt very nice to look at right now.

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McAllister Park - Blue Loop
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

The bad: The trails are not marked well. Trees were cars drive need to be trimmed. Some areas need better maintenance. The Mosquitos were huge at dusk so be prepared. The good: we had a good three mile walk.

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Ron Coleman Hiking Trail
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6 Completed 1 Reviews

By far one of the most challenging Trial Hikes yet! My friends and I usually do trial running and decided to Hike today. We started on Transmountain side and ended at McKelligon Canyon. The course was challenging, steep on some areas and some of the best views around! The chains and decent caught us all off guard and we were scared but we said a prayer, gathered our courage and made the decent with no problem. Not for anyone with fear of heights or in poor physical condition! Well worth the views and time spent with friends!

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Padre Island National Seashore
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Pretty much it is a beach walk however, it is a comfortable walk because the sand is pretty compacted and you will get bogged down like other beaches. The constant off shore breeze will help cool you down and you can always jump in the ocean if you are attired correctly.

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Sawmill Hiking Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Lots of fun. Really enjoyed the creek with the small waterfalls. Would love to go back and go swimming! The abandoned sawmill is worth the walk!

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Atlanta State Park Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Great trail. Some of it is currently under water due to floods. Burned off areas are growing back now and as a Texas State Park no fishing license (in state or out) is required to fish from th3 bank.

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Rocky Point Park Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Hard to say much as this trail is under water as of 6-2015

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