Dana Peak Hill Trail

Bell County, Texas 76537

Elevation Gain312ft
Trailhead Elevation669ft
Elevation Min/Max669/811ft
Elevation Start/End669/669ft

Dana Peak Hill Trail

Dana Peak Hill Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Bell County, Texas. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 669 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 312 feet. Dana Peak (elevation 827 feet) can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Highline Trail.

Dana Peak Hill Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"Conquerable though technically challenging singletrack, killer views from atop Dana Peak, and surprisingly little trail traffic make this Central Texas ride an extremely pleasant surprise. Dana Peak Park is a beautiful little piece of land that sees its fair share of fisherfolk and picnickers, but it’s still relatively unknown—and unmarked—when it comes to biking the trails.

With a little organized effort, the existing trails could be connected and marked for a fantastic loop, and the rest of the land could be protected from the inevitable damage of unchecked trail extension. As it stands, the main paths are just better worn than the outlaw paths, so stay on the big ones. Tread: Mostly singletrack, some doubletrack."

"Explore rocky coves and headlands along the lake, walk through dense woodland, and enjoy the view from limestone peaks at this uncrowded park on the shore of Stillhouse Hollow Lake, part of the Lampasas River."

Dana Peak Hill Trail Reviews

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Parts are challenging. Rocky trails, nice Stillhouse lake views
Good place for a hill training and XC training as well. Some technical areas that a beginner will have a little trouble with. This park has trails for the advanced rider as well as the novice. A 7 mile loop with a lot of side paths that will take you to the center of the trail.

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Jul 2018