Highway and Mountain Bike Trail Loop

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Highway and Mountain Bike Trail Loop ist ein 5.8 Meilen langer, stark besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Concan, Texas. Er führt entlang eines Flusses, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 5.8 miles Höhenunterschied: 702 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

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Garner State Park located in the Texas Hill Country, is the most popular state park in Texas for overnight camping. Home to the Frio River and nigthly dances held durring the summer and spring, It often fills by noon in peak parts of the season (Memorial Day - Labor Day Weekends). Garner State Park located in the Texas Hill Country, is the most popular state park in Texas for overnight camping. Home to the Frio River and nigthly dances held durring the summer and spring, It often fills by noon in peak parts of the season (Memorial Day - Labor Day Weekends). The park offers breathtaking views as you hiking to the summit, rentals for floating along the Frio river, and countless opportunities to view wildlife throughout the park to complete your Hill Country camping experience.

Mon Dec 25 2017

May be the most beautiful hiking trail in Texas. The trails are challenging but pretty short in terms of time. Take your time and enjoy the views!

Wed Sep 20 2017

Such a fun and beautiful park!

Sun Apr 23 2017

A great trail. Aeesome view from the top and finish off by jumping in the Frio.

Fri Apr 07 2017

Very nice place to hike. Too busy for me during warmer weather so I'll plan another visit in the late fall. There is something for everyone here, if you like the outdoors that is. Even after a heavy rain the water from the Frio River started to clear up in just a few hours. I stayed for two full days and still needed more time to see everything. This park really is beautiful. -camping (tent areas have water and power in many locations). -small cabins -larger nice cabins -river fun -mountain biking -hiking -a local grill with food and drinks (seasonal) -grocery store in the campgrounds -gift shop It gets four stars because I like nature to be more secluded, this place is more like a vacation park than a nature conservation area.

Fri Mar 24 2017


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Sat Aug 13 2016

I have been hiking these trails since I was a kid. Love the views!!

Sat Jul 23 2016

This was our first family hike... we actually did this 3 years ago. The kids were all teenagers. We climbed Baldy and Painted Rock. fantastic views.

Fri Jul 01 2016

Awesome hike old baldy.. Gonna go back n finish the rest of the trails

Tue Jun 28 2016

Awesome... Hike old baldy

Sat Apr 30 2016

Loved it. Perfect weather for 11 miler. All trails was a little off on some turns; however, very well marked, clean, maintain family oriented.

Sat Mar 12 2016

Great trail beautiful scenery.

Tue Oct 27 2015

Loved it. And didn't even get to cover close to all of the park. We started with Old Baldy and took an alternate trail down. This was my first "challenging" trail in Texas. It was steep, but really short. One of the most scenic trails I have done in hill country. We saw a Red Tailed Hawk from above! There are some great screened shelters next to a shower/restroom facility.

Tue Nov 25 2014

Great trails that vary in skill level. We went up a very challenging Crystal Cave route to Painted Rock. The cave was nice, painted rock was all about the view of the Frio Canyon and 'Old Baldy'. We went in fall and it was great. Will go back to complete more trails.

Mon Jun 30 2014

Great trails that vary in skill level. painted rock was a bust but still provided a great look out point. recommend it to everyone.

Fri Mar 08 2013

Very nice hiking trails. The trails are all intertwined into the camp grounds of the state park here, but are still enjoyable. The trails can take you far enough away from all the other activity to give you that sense of wilderness. Also Garner has a very nice little creek that has some great little places to dip into. Fun place to hike or camp with kids.

Fri Jan 25 2013

This may have been the most enjoyable camping and hiking I've experienced in Texas yet. The hike up the trail from any trailhead is demanding at first--a steep slope upward--but we found mountain goats and plenty of birds and rodents to amuse us along the way (and serve as a good excuse to stop for a water break). Once on top, the views of the Rio Frio and the surrounding countryside are well worth the effort, and you can happily spend an afternoon wandering around the interconnected trails, which range from sunny and open to shaded and tree-lined. Then, when the heat gets to be too much, head downhill to the river and take a dip; it's appropriately named!

Sat Jan 19 2013

Old Baldy Trail and White Rock Cave Trail are both worth the drive out to Concan, Texas! The views from the trail as you're ascending, and from the summit, are outstanding. Be prepared for a challenging hike. On a hot day you'll need several bottles of water, some food, good hiking shoes, and determination to reach the top. Watch out for loose rocks as you climb, and don't rush your steps, but remember to stop and look around, because the scenery changes so often. The best views of Old Baldy are from the summit of White Rock Cave trail, so be sure to climb them both.

Sun Dec 02 2012

Awesome hiking..must take the climb up to painted rock and cave as the views are awesome!! Steep climb and some loose rocks in areas so have good shoes on. Great views near beautiful river as well.

Mon Mar 05 2012

A nice trail connecting many others. Some steep spots. About 250 foot climb. Many great views on a bright sunny day, otherwise manytimes it is hazy

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