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Best Trails of Texas

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running

 

#1. Cross Timbers Trail
About 35 miles NW of Sherman. A moderate overnight trip along undeveloped southern shoreline of Lake Texoma. Special Attractions: Lake. Permit required for camping. ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Texas"
Hiking Trails
Dallas, TX - Hiking - 18 miles


#2. The Anthills / Terry Hershey Park
I had been dragging around Houston for a couple of days, riding a bunch of stuff that I had seen before, and I fell into this place. Terry Hershey Park has some of the nicest trails in Texas. Not the ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma"
Hiking Trails
Houston, TX - Mountain Biking - 16 miles


#3. Trinity Trail
About 25 miles NE of Dallas. A moderate day hike along the shores of Lake Lavon. Special Attractions: Lake Lavon. ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Texas"
Hiking Trails
Dallas, TX - Hiking - 18 miles


#4. Four C Trail
About 40 miles east of Crockett. A moderate two to three day backpack with a car shuttle through East Texas pine and hardwood forests. Special Attractions: Big Slough Wilderness Area, endangered red...
From the guidebook "Hiking Texas"
Hiking Trails
Longview, TX - Hiking - 40 miles


#5. Grapevine Lake
About 10 miles north of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. A moderate day hike along the shores of Grapevine Lake. Special Attractions: Lakeshore views, natural area in urban setting....
From the guidebook "Hiking Texas"
Hiking Trails
Ft. Worth, TX - Hiking - 14 miles


#6. Lost Maples
About 50 miles SW of Kerrville. An easy day hike through bigtooth maples in a narrow Hill Country canyon. Special Attractions: Fall maples, deep canyons. Permit required for camping....
From the guidebook "Hiking Texas"
Hiking Trails
San Antonio, TX - Hiking - 4.6 miles


#7. Oklahoma's Kiamichi Country: Ouachita National Forest, Beavers Bend State Park, Broken Bow Lake, Talimena Scenic Drive
The lush, southeastern corner of Oklahoma is nothing short of stunning. The Ouachita (pronounced WASH-ee-taw) Mountains, which rise and fall dramatically along the lower reaches of the Oklahoma-Arkans...
From the guidebook "Quick Escapes: Dallas/Fort Worth"
Hiking Trails
Broken Bow, OK - Weekend Trips


#8. Enchanted Rock
About 17 miles north of Fredericksburg. An easy day hike onto and around a large granite dome. Special Attractions: Pink granite dome, rock climbing. Permit required for camping. ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Texas"
Hiking Trails
Austin, TX - Hiking - 5 miles


#9. Barton Creek
A moderate day hike through a surprisingly wild area within Austin. Special Attractions: Rugged, wooded Hill Country canyon, accessibility....
From the guidebook "Hiking Texas"
Hiking Trails
Austin, TX - Hiking - 8 miles


#10. Trinity River Trails Ramble
Fort Worth was the last stop until Kansas for cattle drives heading north. As a result, a lively outpost grew up there around a military settlement established on the Trinity River. Today old stocky...
From the guidebook "Best Bike Rides in Texas"
Hiking Trails
Fort Worth, TX - Road Biking - 28.2 miles


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