Kerrville – Schreiner Park Red, Green, Orange Trails

Kerrville, Texas

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This hike snakes across rolling Ashe’s juniper-covered terrain and combines portions of the Red, Green, and Orange Trails with the Old Road Trail to experience the best in the park. White-tailed deer are abundant in the park and their paths crisscross the trail. An overlook on the Orange Trail gives a great view of the Guadalupe River valley. The park headquarters is on the east side of Highway 173 at 2385 Bandera Highway; the trails are on the west. Hikers must stop at headquarters to sign in and get the combination to the lock on the entrance gate. Trailhead 2 is between the Mountain View and High Point camping loops, located across Highway 173 and the park headquarters. Cross the highway and head to the right, passing Trailhead 1 and the Mountain View campground to the Trailhead 2 parking area.

Kerrville – Schreiner Park: Red, Green, Orange Trails Professional Review and Guide

"This hike snakes across rolling Ashe’s juniper-covered terrain and combines portions of the Red, Green, and Orange Trails with the Old Road Trail to experience the best in the park. White-tailed deer are abundant in the park and their paths crisscross the trail. An overlook on the Orange Trail gives a great view of the Guadalupe River valley.

The park headquarters is on the east side of Highway 173 at 2385 Bandera Highway; the trails are on the west. Hikers must stop at headquarters to sign in and get the combination to the lock on the entrance gate. Trailhead 2 is between the Mountain View and High Point camping loops, located across Highway 173 and the park headquarters. Cross the highway and head to the
right, passing Trailhead 1 and the Mountain View campground to the Trailhead 2 parking area."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Kerrville
Distance: 3.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 2 hours
Season: All year
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Kerrville – Schreiner Park: Red, Green, Orange Trails

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May 2018