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Mission San Jose (5.4mi, 8.7k) – Open 9am to 5pm, this is a large, well preserved mission and the home of the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park with an excellent, large visitor center.
It’s great that San Antonio and the National Parks support FREE cultural locations as this which has the San Jose Mission on site, with free informative park ranger guide to provide detailed information that trave...
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You have beautiful cypress trres along the river at the park, trail goes next to riverside nature center (worth a visit also) and you can walk all the way to the Shriener State Park.
A great, well-maintained trail that follows the river with nice places to sit and take in the view and enjoy the sights and sounds and usually see several deer and other wildlife.
Lost Mine Trail Big Bend National Park
Our efforts were rewarded with fantastic views with Pine Canyon to the left, the Sierra del Carmen in Mexico to the east, Juniper Canyon below and to the right, Elephant Tusk to the south and the East Rim of the C...
Beautiful views up the trail, perfect stopping points for pictures and observing the landscape, the top of the trail views will just take your breathe away.
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We biked the Lady Bird and the Town Lake trails...a combination of dirt, paved, elevated bike/hike trails and bridges...the elevated trail was over the water and paved with large flat stone (very cool!)
Great place to get some exercise while in Austin and enjoy the lake in downtown Austin!!! Close to several major hotels it is easy to get to and burn some calories off after enjoying a good Texas steak or BBQ!! Gi...
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The Window Trail Big Bend National Park
You can start by the Chisos Basin Visitor center and take the trail down to the campground and continue from there or you can drive to the real trailhead in the campground this makes the trail 5+ miles long (VC st...
The succulents were in bloom and the views were spectacular About 1/4 mile from the windows the canyon narrows and the carved water path (were there water) is beautiful.
Beautiful and well kept walking, running, biking, exercise, or Segway trail with access to many of downtown Dallas' parks.
The KATY Trail is a re-purposed railroad line, mostly elevated, that runs about 5 miles end to end and passes through many interesting parts of Dallas and backs up to many apartment buildings, office buildings, an...
During our week's visit to Austin we came here every day to walk and enjoy nature, joggers, bikers, pet walkers, as well as older folk like us out for peaceful exercise.
Very well maintained trails Lots to see Birds and wildlife and picturesque scenery got our morning exercise in and took in all the sights, Beautiful !
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The blue bonnets were gorgeous and the driving tour was easy to follow and along roads where it was easy to stop and get out for photo opportunities.
My wife and I spent an entire day driving around the area, snapping hundreds of pictures, and enjoying the amazing display of wild flowers that Nature put on.
The South Rim Loop Big Bend National Park
Great Hike - we were only planning to do the 12 miles or so of the South Rim Loop but inadvertently did the additional 3 miles of Northeast Rim Loop & glad we did - the views from both trails were incredible & div...
We elected to go up the steep Pinnacles first and we were glad we did so - we would rather climb up steeper areas and traverse down the more gentle path (Laguna Meadows).
If you are very brave you can jump from various level rocks and plunge very deep into the 67º, crystal clear waters that mark the beginning of Wimberley's famous Cypress Creek.
This is a short hike to the headwaters of Cypress Creek that flows though downtown Wimberley.
The zip line is great for the kids, they enjoy using this and even took some friends from Austin to the park and their daughter who is in a wheel chair liked the swings and the play scape area.
Great for kids with or without disabilities, with or without wheelchairs, and great for kids of all ages!
It provided wonderful nature trails that offered views of interesting natural landscapes and glimpses of wildlife.
My favorite parking is off the Woodway entrance - the trail head is at the top of the peanut shaped parking loop - away from the entrance.
It's in great shape, features exercise stations along the way, a dog park at it's northern end and winds its way through a beautiful forest.
This is a great trail within the city of Longview- tranquil and a great level trail.
Parking for the trailhead is just off FM-170; the canyon entrance is about ¼ mile down a short hill into an arroyo to the opening of the gorge.
Super easy hike into a gorgeous canyon that exposes some incredible geology.
Devil's Hall Trail Guadalupe Mountains National Park
... in a desert environment, follows a challenging boulder scramble for about a mile, crosses a lovely stream that was unexpected, all while allowing the hiker lovely views of the surrounding cliffs and mountains.
The views along the trail are great, you're surrounded by the tall cliffs of the mountains and walk among deciduous trees which showed every fall color imaginable.