Very nice place to spend time and relax, though seems close to the downtown it has a different world all together..... Good trail to bike/jog/walk and spend time, RELAXING
My favorite place on earth is the trail around our Lake in downtown Austin. It's a great place to leave city life, in the middle of the city, and be lost in the trails of old Town Lake, now Lady Bird Lake. Biking the Lake trail is about my most favorite thing to do. The part of the park east... More
What a delightful path ..... and for anyone staying at the Hyatt Regency on Barton Springs, this trail is right out your back door. I must admit I only rated the hotel as "average" due to other issues, but having this wonderful hike-and-bike so easily accessible was a delight.
It's no secret that Austin is a great place to live the active lifestyle. There are many options for hiking, biking, walking, jogging, bat watching, kayaking, rowing, or just dipping your toes into Lady Bird Lake. It's an urban getaway.
This hike & bike trail is on both sides of the lake. It runs from Pleasant Valley Ave to Mopac and Loop 360. The total length is about 15 miles. The best access is in the down town area. Bike rentals are available. Good access for parking, restaurants and the Barton Springs Pool.
This is a great spot to witness the outdoors. From walking to running, feeding the ducks to paddle boarding, there is something for everyone at Lady Bird Lake. If you have little ones . . . the nearby Zilker Zephyr is a great way to rest tired little legs.
A very pleasant and very busy trail that has been extended and improved around the lake in the center of town. Lots to see. Great view of downtown from the South side, especially after sunset. Friendly folks, many with dogs, walking running, biking, skating. The trail is shaded by trees in parts, giving a break from the Summer heat. Coffee... More
I always do this whenever I am in Austin. It can take you downtown, to SOCO, to Zilker park, etc. A very tree-covered, next to water walkway, it is frequently crowded (with good reason) but never in an annoying way. If you are a runner, power walker, doggie lover, or just out for a nice stroll, this is where you... More
It is a great place to run, walk and take your pet. It can be crowded on the weekend but is still fun. Pick your distance from a 3mi, 4mi, 4.5mi, and 6 mile loop.
Go to the dog park off Auditorium shores. It's the best. The dog can either run around or swim in town lake. It's part of the running loop.
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