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543 mi 874 km

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1,228 mi 1,977 km

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Women's Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing - Level 1: Jul 23 - Reimers Ranch Park
Experience the thrill of rock climbing in a women's class with our professional rock climbing instructors. Learn basic climbing skills and technique including equipment use and fit, site safety, knot tying, belay technique and basic climbing technique. This course is designed for new or gym trained climbers looking to transition to the outdoors. Details
Exploring Spring Lake: Kayak Tour: Jul 23 - Spring Lake at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University
Experience an exclusive kayaking tour of one of the Hill Country's most beautifully stunning natural resources-Spring Lake in San Marcos. Floating on top of the crystal clear waters of the Edwards Aquifer, you will experience the diverse ecosystem of Spring Lake that has continued to captivate its inhabitants for thousands of years. Details
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Pine Springs, TX
4.2 mi 6.7 km Pine Springs, TX
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2.9 mi 4.6 km
#2 Hillview Trail
Shavano Park, TX
2.9 mi 4.6 km Shavano Park, TX
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12.1 mi 19.5 km
#3 Tejas Trail
Pine Springs, TX
12.1 mi 19.5 km Pine Springs, TX
All Clear
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Mostly Dry, Some Mud - From Pine Springs to Tejas Campsite is about 6.5 miles. As soon as you hit pine top, you'll start seeing the trees. From Pin...
55 days ago
New Waverly, TX
11.7 mi 18.9 km New Waverly, TX
All Clear
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Mostly Dry, Fallen Trees
76 days ago
Huntsville, TX
8.5 mi 13.7 km Huntsville, TX
All Clear
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Some Mud, Fallen Trees - Hiked this section in early April with my 17YO. The trail was in good condition, except for a few fallen trees. There is...
78 days ago
1.7 mi 2.7 km
#6 Plainview Trail
Plainview, TX
1.7 mi 2.7 km Plainview, TX
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0.9 mi 1.5 km
#7 Zip Trail
Rocksprings, TX
0.9 mi 1.5 km Rocksprings, TX
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7.1 mi 11.3 km
#8 Loop 1
Flower Mound, TX
7.1 mi 11.3 km Flower Mound, TX
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3.0 mi 4.8 km
#9 Restoration Way
Cross Mountain, TX
3.0 mi 4.8 km Cross Mountain, TX
All Clear
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Dry
62 days ago
Canyon, TX
3.1 mi 5.1 km Canyon, TX
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Alto, TX
20.1 mi 32.4 km Alto, TX
Minor Issues
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Some Mud, Fallen Trees - Several of the bridges crossing deep creeks and sloughs have been damaged and a few very badly so
51 days ago
2.5 mi 4.0 km
#12 Loop 2
Flower Mound, TX
2.5 mi 4.0 km Flower Mound, TX
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2.2 mi 3.5 km
#13 Loop 6
Flower Mound, TX
2.2 mi 3.5 km Flower Mound, TX
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Mineral Wells, TX
0.7 mi 1.2 km Mineral Wells, TX
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New Braunfels, TX
1.1 mi 1.8 km New Braunfels, TX
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Dry
67 days ago
1.7 mi 2.8 km
#16 Oak Spring Trail
Big Bend National Park, TX
1.7 mi 2.8 km Big Bend National Park, TX
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0.7 mi 1.1 km
#17 Ernst Tinaja
Big Bend National Park, TX
0.7 mi 1.1 km Big Bend National Park, TX
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Big Bend National Park, TX
2.1 mi 3.4 km Big Bend National Park, TX
All Clear
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Dry - All trails and sites were open as of 7/3. No springs running, but some standing water along the northeast rim trail (dirty).
19 days ago
Lajitas, TX
0.8 mi 1.3 km Lajitas, TX
All Clear
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Mostly Dry - Water in the river is very low at this time, perfect for wading.
69 days ago
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Pine Springs, TX
1.9 mi 3.1 km Pine Springs, TX
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