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Fawn Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The headwaters of the South Llano River first appear above ground from limestone springs, blanketing the western Texas Hill Country with fresh, clear water. The river follows a 55-mile course before joining the North Llano River in, naturally, Junction before heading east another 145 miles as the combined Llano River. The Llano ultimately flows into the impounded Lake LBJ, north of Austin, before joining the Colorado River, a journey that continues south all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. South Llano River State Park is located just before the confluence of the north and south branches and offers hikers an ideal sampling of central Texas riparian river country."
--E. Dan Klepper, 100 Classic Hikes in Texas (The Mountaineers Books).
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