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The "hike and bike" trail is one of Austin's greatest assets. I use it nearly every day to run. There are many options you can take for a 1, 3, 5, 6 or 10 mile route.
It doesn't matter if you are a serious runner,...More
Simply put, this is one of the best running trails for travelers, anywhere. Variable distances, good surface, scenic, some short climbs, water fountains, bathrooms etc. Also a walk from downtown and SoCo. Do take a flashlight at night for all the right reasons.
After breakfast we walked along the Lady Bird Lake - it was a very nice walk. The morning was warm - there was many joggers, families, couples, couples with dogs. The walk is very easy, with many places to stop for pictures, and to take...More
Many Nice easy places to park for this trail. Lake Scenery is mostly blocked by trees. Openings allow nice views of the city’s tall buildings and the water. Lots of canoeing going on. Dog walkers, bikers and walkers all sharing the path. No motorized scooters...More
A very nice place to take a nice walk and to be able to view across the river into the downtown area of Austin. Great parking and the public service workers were helpful in pointing out areas to be checked out. Free parking too.
I always hike in lady bird lake trails almost everytime I visit Austin. Easy hike. Feel very safe with many hikers around. Nice scenery in every corners. You can easily get up to the street levels to enjoy downtown restaurants. This is my Favorite place...More
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Hi Laura. The bicycle rental & app was called Pace. We downloaded the apps on both of our phones and were able to rent for as little or as long as you wanted. It was not expensive and would have been a better experience if... More
Hi Laura. The bicycle rental & app was called Pace. We downloaded the apps on both of our phones and were able to rent for as little or as long as you wanted. It was not expensive and would have been a better experience if we would have had the app already installed and ready to go. We were not exactly sure where to drop off the bikes when we we done, but figured out that a standard city bike rack is the proper location. Hope this helps. Austin is an awesome city. Hope you can enjoy the trails!