Hill Country State Natural Area Wilderness and Twin Peaks Trails

Bandera, Texas

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Sections of the Wilderness Trail combined with the Twin Peaks Trail is hiking at its best in the Hill Country State Natural Area. A combination of single-track and double-track trails add interest. Go through canyons, up and down rocky hills, past grasslands, and across seasonal creeks to see some of the best scenery in central Texas. The small loop around the Twin Peaks, which are more than 1,800 feet high, has spectacular views. This is one of the best hikes in the entire Hill Country region because it explores many of the different environments the Hill Country offers, while offering a rigorous, scenic walk. You’ll have the opportunity to see riders on horseback, giving you the feeling of stepping back into another era. This hike is not recommended for young children.

Hill Country State Natural Area: Wilderness and Twin Peaks Trails Professional Review and Guide

"Sections of the Wilderness Trail combined with the Twin Peaks Trail is hiking at its best in the Hill Country State Natural Area. A combination of single-track and double-track trails add interest. Go through canyons, up and down rocky hills, past grasslands, and across seasonal creeks to see some of the best scenery in central Texas. The small loop around the Twin Peaks, which are more than 1,800 feet high, has spectacular views.

This is one of the best hikes in the entire Hill Country region because it explores many of the different environments the Hill Country offers, while offering a rigorous, scenic walk. You’ll have the opportunity to see riders on horseback, giving you the feeling of stepping back into another era. This hike is not recommended for young children."

Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Bandera
Distance: 3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 2 hours
Season: September to June
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Tarpley Pass and Twin Hollows quads
Driving Directions: Directions to Hill Country State Natural Area: Wilderness and Twin Peaks Trails

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May 2018