Hiking Trails in Texas
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Hiking Trails in Texas

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Texas has 1,457 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 128 miles in length. The most popular trails are Cross Timbers Trail, Lake Georgetown, Good Water Trail and Rowlett Nature Trail. Trails.com member Brandi M. recently completed Pilot Knoll Trail.
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The Lost Mine Trail is one of the most popular in the park. Most hikers in good shape ...
About 35 miles NW of Sherman. A moderate overnight trip along undeveloped southern shoreline ...
For more than one reason, this trail is the high point of Guadalupe Mountains National ...
About 17 miles north of Fredericksburg. An easy day hike onto and around a large granite ...
This hike takes you into the mouth of one of the three major canyons of the Rio Grande ...
About 10 miles north of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. A moderate day hike along the shores ...
A strenuous day hike to the highest peak in the Chisos Mountains. Special Attractions: ...
About 60 miles SW of Fort Worth. An easy day hike through the hills above the Paluxy ...
J. O. Langford and his family homesteaded here at the confluence of Tornillo Creek and ...
Rowlett Nature Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Dallas County, Texas. It is 3.2 miles ...
This is a moderate day hike along the shores of Lake Lavon. Lake Lavon, managed by ...
The Window Trail leads to the Window, a large rock canyon cutting through the Chisos Mountains ...
About 25 miles SE of Amarillo. An easy day hike to a large shale and sandstone pinnacle. ...
About 90 miles NE of Lubbock. An easy day hike or overnight trip in the red rock canyons ...
About 40 miles east of Crockett. A moderate two to three day backpack with a car shuttle ...
As you drive up the road toward McKittrick Canyon, you might not believe you're headed ...
Ernst Tinaja is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Brewster County, Texas. It is within ...
The first mile of this trip follows a well-defined trail up Pine Springs Canyon. This ...
Highpoint rank by height: 14th. The Guadalupe Peak area is subject to sudden and violent ...
This rigorous hike takes you through varied terrain on some of the most enjoyable trails ...
The Grapevine Hills Trail is a relatively easy 1-mile walk, most of it on relatively flat ...
This out-and-back hike begins midway along the Barton Creek Greenbelt. Leave the busy ...
Part of the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve and operated as an educational resource by St. ...
About 7 miles NW of Denison. A relatively easy day hike on the bluffs above Lake Texoma. ...
About 35 miles NW of Conroe. A moderate day hike along the Lone Star Trail into the Little ...
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