Red Oak Trail

Crownridge Canyon Natural Area, Texas

Elevation Gain113ft
Trailhead Elevation1,170ft
Elevation Min/Max1115/1184ft
Elevation Start/End1170/1165ft

Red Oak Trail

Red Oak Trail is a hiking trail in San Antonio, Texas. It is within Crownridge Canyon Natural Area. It is 1.3 miles long and begins at 1,170 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 113 feet. Along the trail there are a parking, restrooms, a shelter, and drinking water. This trail connects with the following: Bear Grass Trail.

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"The northern Hill Country above San Antonio is unique in that is it perhaps the most valued and yet the most endangered habitat in the state. Beneath its limestone geography lies San Antonio’s precious, vital, and only source of fresh drinking water, the Edwards Aquifer. Its limestone geology, in a process called recharging, allows rainwater to seep underground, purifying itself in the process, then collecting in cavernous chambers.

This natural process routinely replaces the water used daily by San Antonians for drinking, bathing, and quenching lawns. But the region’s recharge zone has also been a battle zone, pitting special interests, politics, money, and real estate development against conservation efforts and sensible land use practices."

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Crownridge Canyon Natural Area
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Oct 2018