Hawk Alley

Three Rivers, Texas

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The south Texas brush country is, for some people, an acquired taste. The landscape is the result of ancient seas, river silt deposition, and erosion, all of which took place over millions of years. The terrain today, while relatively free of any dramatic elevation changes, is covered in a seemingly endless thicket of mesquite and blackbrush acacia. The canopy is low, temperatures often soar, rainfall can be intense, and live water is scarce. It can be brutally hot during the summer months—if you hike here then, prepare to sweat.

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"The south Texas brush country is, for some people, an acquired taste. The landscape is the result of ancient seas, river silt deposition, and erosion, all of which took place over millions of years.

The terrain today, while relatively free of any dramatic elevation changes, is covered in a seemingly endless thicket of mesquite and blackbrush acacia. The canopy is low, temperatures often soar, rainfall can be intense, and live water is scarce. It can be brutally hot during the summer months—if you hike here then, prepare to sweat."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Three Rivers
Distance: 0.6
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Best in Winter
Local Contacts: Choke Canyon State Park
Local Maps: USGS Calliham
Driving Directions: Directions to Hawk Alley

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May 2018