Lost Pines Trail

Bastrop State Park, Texas

Distance6.9mi
Elevation Gain1,575ft
Trailhead Elevation423ft
Top596ft
Elevation Min/Max388/596ft
Elevation Start/End423/423ft

Lost Pines Trail

Lost Pines Trail is a hiking trail in Bastrop County, Texas. It is within Bastrop State Park. It is 6.9 miles long and begins at 423 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 13.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,575 feet. The Trailhead parking is near the trailhead. There are also an information board and a shelter. The Creek Crossing information and the Pond water can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Roosevelts Cutoff and Old Road Bed.

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5/26/2007
Hiked the trail a few hours after a very strong thunderstorm went through. Trail was well marked, with the exception of a 1.1 mile section at the southern end. Lost count of the time we had to cross the same creek (must have been at least 20 crossings....Lost Pines should be nicknamed Hidden creeks). Some of the crossings were not practical, and we had to find alternate areas to cross the creek(probably a result of the heavy rain). Hilly and muddy at some points, but sandy survaces at most areas of the trail. Diffulty was moderate. Thrill factor was high, as the vegetation was lush. Watch out of the poison Ivy...be sure to cover the legs at least.
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Trail Information

Bastrop State Park
Nearby City
Bastrop State Park
Parks
Bastrop State Park 512-321-2101
Local Contacts
Bastrop State Park hiking map, Bastrop and Smithville USGS
Local Maps

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Dec 2018