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Suggestions for Hiking near Austin

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    • 9.5
      Trail
      3753 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 28, 2012The Greenbelt trail located by barton springs pool is great for hiking, but if you're looking for swimming and rock climbing, it is best if you enter the trail near MoPac to avoid a 5 mile hike.

    • 9.1
      Park
      12138 N Lamar Blvd (Lamar and Parmer), Austin
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      • Liz H.

        Liz H. • July 16, 2016Mountain biking, trails for hiking, pool and views! Bonus: Doggy poop bags are provided.

    • 9.4
      Park
      3800 Mount Bonnell Rd, Austin
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      • Joey G.

        Joey G. • July 23, 2017The views at the top are definitely worth the hike up!

    • 9.0
      Trail
      5808 McKinney Falls Pkwy, Austin
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      • Examiner.com

        Examiner.com • February 10, 2011Austin's Oasis with two waterfalls. Camp, hike, bike and explore!

    • 9.1
      Trail
      Austin
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      • Roger W.

        Roger W. • April 25, 2017Great hiking and a good place to chill by the creek and get some sun.

    • 8.3
      Preserve
      805 N Capital of Texas Hwy, Austin
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      • Swarupa P.

        Swarupa P. • February 18, 2018Trails are marked very well. Lovely place to hike.

    • 9.5
      Park
      2168 Lou Neff Rd., Austin
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      • Amy J.

        Amy J. • September 5, 2013Hike & bike trails, movies in the park, sand volleyball, soccer, kayak & canoe rentals and don't forget the disc golf course.

    • 8.6
      Park
      7301 Spicewood Springs Rd., Austin
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      • Liz H.

        Liz H. • December 22, 2015Little known gem of a park for nature lovers. Bring your dog and your swimsuit for a swim in several creeks. Lots of great hiking trails and perfect spot for mountain bikes, too.

    • 8.3
      Park
      1600 City Park Rd., Austin
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      • John H.

        John H. • February 1, 2016A beautiful off-leash hike, mostly along a creek to keep the dogs cool.

    • 8.4
      Trail
      William Barton Drive, Austin
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      • Brian S.

        Brian S. • January 3, 2015Try to time your hike to be heading back toward downtown in the afternoon. Otherwise you're staring at the sun the whole hike.

    • 9.0
      Trail
      Austin
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      • Erin G.

        Erin G. • February 19, 2017Real leg burning hike less than twenty minutes from downtown! Constant ups and downs with stairs

    • 8.7

      12. REI

      Sporting Goods
      9901 N Capital of Texas Hwy Ste 200, Austin
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      • Liz H.

        Liz H. • June 4, 2015Go to spot for outdoor equipment including, camping, hiking, boating, biking and more!

    • 9.3
      Lake
      Lady Bird Lake Trail (West Riverside Drive), Austin
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      • Sarah G.

        Sarah G. • November 9, 2009Ride along the hike and bike trail

    • 9.4
      Scenic Lookout
      5000 Plaza on the Lk, Austin
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      • L.A. L.

        L.A. L. • July 7, 2019Short but slightly steep sunset hike, wear trail shoes for loose gravel and somewhat slick rock surfaces ... #bestview

    • 9.6
      Trail
      Lady Bird Lake, Austin
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      • Justin T.

        Justin T. • October 18, 2015Awesome place to hike or run

      • Austin S.

        Austin S. • March 1, 2012Best spot in town to hike and adventure bike. Bring good shoes and keep your dogs on a leash. Lots of cliffs and edges to fall from

    • 7.8
      Trail
      3100 N Lamar Blvd (Lamar and 31st), Austin
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      • Colleen K.

        Colleen K. • April 3, 2013Hike down by the water after a good thunderstorm, worth the muddy shoes to experience a true urban oasis!

    • 8.6
      Trail
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      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 30, 2012This is a great place to both hike and take a swim. Even during drought season there are spots deep enough to jump off the cliffs and swim in. Beware of snakes near brushy areas though.

    • 8.4
      Park
      1710 Camp Craft Rd., Austin
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      • Beth K.

        Beth K. • July 22, 2016Be prepared for a hike with a rewarding swim at the end. Beautiful! Bring your dog and a lot of drinking water!

    • 8.9
      Mountain
      Austin
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      • Jennifer R.

        Jennifer R. • August 3, 2018Really easy hike to get to the top. Amazing views but go at sunrise or sunset for something even more beautiful. Best of all - free!

    • 9.2
      Shoes
      4477 S Lamar Blvd Ste 200 (Westgate), Austin
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      • Austin American-Statesman

        Austin American-Statesman • February 27, 2012Another mainstay since 1970, Whole Earth has existed for the adventurer and those who are just curious. An outfitter of hiking gear, outdoor living, camping equipment, travel books and more.

    • 8.5
      Trail
      6301 W. Slaughter Ln., Austin
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      • 3MHalf Marathon

        3MHalf Marathon • August 15, 2011Great hiking and running trails plus disc golf. Win!

    • 8.8

      23. REI

      Sporting Goods
      601 N Lamar Blvd (at W 6th St), Austin
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      • Dianey S.

        Dianey S. • April 13, 2015Awesome store for outdoor goods, everything from camping supplies, to hiking shoes...they have an awesome selection of backpacks as well ;)

    • 8.6
      Park
      614 N. Commons Ford Rd., Austin
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      • Robbie C.

        Robbie C. • November 26, 2009Take your dog hiking at Commons Ford Ranch, the best park in Austin that nobody knows about. But plan ahead, park closes at 6:00 p.m.

    • 7.8
      Dog Run
      1713-1799 City Park Rd, Austin
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      • Sara C H.

        Sara C H. • October 3, 2018Great scenery, nice almost 3 mile hike, so dog friendly!

    • 9.0
      Bridge
      1250 W. Riverside Dr. (at S. Lamar Blvd.), Austin
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      • Andrew C.

        Andrew C. • May 28, 2019Any space that prioritizes pedestrians/cyclists over cars is the best kind of space... southern edge of this bridge is right in the heart of the hike and bike trail along the river/lake!!!

    • 9.5
      Pedestrian Street/Plaza
      Austin
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      • Rodrigo M.

        Rodrigo M. • June 14, 2014The Boardwalk Trail at Lady Bird Lake will connect the current end of the trail by the Austin American Statesman Building to Lakeshore Park, closing the southeastern gap of the hike and bike trail.

      • Jon P.

        Jon P. • January 13, 2019Beautiful hike. Lots of great views.

    • 9.1
      Garden
      4801 La Crosse Ave (Sundrop Valley Dr), Austin
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      • Mackenzie W.

        Mackenzie W. • January 15, 2014Great trails to hike and the arboretum trail has amazing swings!

    • 8.6
      Scenic Lookout
      Austin
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      • Maximina D.

        Maximina D. • April 25, 2017Such a beautiful view and great short trail to hike up!

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