Lone Star Hiking Trail is a hiking trail in Walker County and Montgomery County, Texas. It is within Little Lake Creek Wilderness. It is 25.2 miles long and begins at 210 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 38.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,097 feet. The LSHT Trailhead #1 parking is near the trailhead. 6TH St Trailhead Parking Area / Trailhead and other parkings and the Stubblefield Lake Recreation Area camp site can be seen along the trail.
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"The trail, under the care of the U.S. Forest Service, is actually maintained by volunteers from the Lone Star Hiking Trail Club, Inc., who do an enthusiastic job. Trail mileage is marked by 4x4 ground posts with mileage on top and by redand- white metal plates nailed to trees.
The trail periodically crosses gravel Forest Service roads and farm-to-market roads, offering hikers a number of opportunities to hike shorter segments or replenish food and water supplies. While creeks, rivers, and reservoirs are part of the trail landscape, it is important that hikers carry and cache enough water for their needs."
--E. Dan Klepper, 100 Classic Hikes in Texas (The Mountaineers Books).
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