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Lady Bird Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail

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Lady Bird Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail

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For a not-so-typical take on Austin history, visitors can experience the ghastly tales of this historic city on this storyteller-led haunted walking tour. Get ready for a good scare as you head out for your nighttime adventure to uncover tales of ghosts, murderers, and the spooky stories in between. Stop at haunted attractions, including the Driskill Hotel, and hear about how Austin has developed over the decades.
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Marcella W. wrote a review Oct 24
San Antonio, Texas5 contributions
Beautiful trail with lots of trees so there is a good amount of shade. I really enjoyed running there in the evening time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
mochahershey wrote a review Oct 12
Midland, Texas61 contributions28 helpful votes
My husband and I went for a walk and walked around the lake the Trail is very pretty We could stop and look at the water and just sit and watch all the people canoeing it is just beautiful so relaxing.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bea C wrote a review Oct 8
Healdsburg, California131 contributions3 helpful votes
Such a nice trail to bike/walk/run. It’s beautiful and follows the river with stops along the way and a little pull up bar area too. Great way to see a bit of Austin while being outside. You can see people paddle boarding on the river and turtles on the shore in some areas! Cute little bridges that go over the creek
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Date of experience: October 2020
Norma R wrote a review Sep 2020
Albany, Oregon, United States21 contributions4 helpful votes
So much going on from the herons to the boaters. Lovely scooter friendly walk/ride. We started at the “bat bridge” where we watched the bats fly out last night - delightful for sure.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Beamr wrote a review Sep 2020
Conroe, Texas83 contributions62 helpful votes
After 50 years of passing through Austin, I finally had a chance to spend some time and get to know the City. Walked this trail one evening and it really is an asset to Austin. Shaded, good gravel surface walking along the lake through downtown. Made you feel like you were in an European City not a City in the middle of Texas. Austin has been expanding its trails and it shows. No wonder people want to live here. Best way to experience this trail in the downtown area as a walker is to go down one side, cross a bridge and return on the other side. If you time this right, you can hit the S. Congress Bridge bats at sunset in the summertime. Just take a headlamp for getting back to your car. After work hours it is very busy. If you want to ride your bike, its best to go during off hours or you will spend the whole time dodging walkers and dogs. A bell should be required. Multiple bikes came zipping past without even calling out. As a bike rider too, it seems like it would be annoying to be on parts of this trail in the evening or weekend mornings but definitely would be a fun ride at other times. I still don't like the requirement to use a phone app to park your car, so we went after hours.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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