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Great hike! My husband and I hiked the 6 mi. in and out in about 3.25 hours. So many hoodoos and other rock formations. Simply gorgeous everywhere you turn!!! The path was mostly dirt, easy to hike. We were able to see the lighthouse in the distance but didn’t have the time to continue onto Lighthouse Trail. We would rate this trail as EASY for hikers.

wandern
schlammig
1 day ago

Great trail for a run, basically encountered zero foot traffic. Muddy in some places, which is fine with me. This is actually one of the first times I’ve been to the west portion of Phil Hardberger and it is much quieter/not crowded.

This is a decent trail! A few boulders/rocks to maneuver through and the creek areas are dried up through but pleasant trail! *Parking Tip----Access the trailhead quicker if you park on the opposite end of the park's parking lot!

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
1 day ago

Great running path, trail markers at every half mile. Lots of bikes but everyone is considerate. Next month they will be closing the trail for Hwy 183 work so if you’re starting from govalle park you’ll only have about 1.5 miles before you have to turn around.

wandern
1 day ago

Very short easy trail. Great views of Austin & Colorado River!

Wild hogs and werid people hiding in the woods watching you

Nice paved and unpaved trails. Love exploring the unpaved trails, lots of interesting geological formations and caves.

wandern
kein schatten
2 days ago

on Saldo Creek Trail

Mountainbiking
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schlammig
2 days ago

wandern
kein schatten
steinig
2 days ago

Really great trail. If you can go all the way, the first view you see is the view until the last little bit at the top when you come up over the other side for a different view. Both really great views, but if you aren’t planning to go to the end, don’t push yourself to see more. It’s the same up until the very last little bit. I would hike this again.

wandern
2 days ago

My favorite hike to date. The beginning is alright- interesting desert hike. At the end you hike into the window with the cliff/rocks on either side and walk along stairs cut into the rocks. At the very end there’s a drop off, and you get a nice view. The last little bit of the hike before you turn back was absolutely amazing.

wandern
schlammig
2 days ago

wandern
3 days ago

Felt longer than 4.9 miles. You walk through soft wash most of the way. Kinda cool to walk along the top of the canyon. I did not have to do any boulder scrambles. I took the trail up the right side of the canyon— you really have to rely on cairns to find your way once you take a right out of the wash and start up the canyon, could be difficult after rain. Cairning is caring

wandern
3 days ago

Quick easy trail

wandern
3 days ago

It’s interesting to descend first but you have a great view in both directions.

wandern
3 days ago

Trail is quite easy and when dry great for a quick shot of natural beauty. Trail isn't marked at all, bit well worn. Lots of informal trails makes it somewhat confusing. The recorded trail on the app takes you the the outskirts of the trail, which isn't always the best path (right next to busy highway and the baseball diamonds). Great for locals, but not the best trail in New Braunfels by far.

Excellent but long trail. Very good views of the Franklin Mountains and the mines are a pleasure to explore.

I would not recommend this trail. You label directions are all on the floor. You will get lucky if you find at least 4 or 5. You will get lost after your in the middle of 3 or 4 cross ways.

wandern
schlammig
3 days ago

This is a great short trail. I went around 1pm and ran into only two people. It starts off with a great waterfall and continues with small ones through out the hike. It has some shade along the way but make sure you’re ready to get your feet slightly wet!

There are several rock gardens and elevation variations in this section (W5) that make it more challenging than some of the others.

wandern
4 days ago

So i drove to were the GPS told me to. When I got to a neighborhood that had no public parking I was disappointed. I drove to Parr Library for public parking. Then I walked from the library to the closest part of the trail, did the trail, and then had to walk back to the library. I did 4.7 miles in all. Also only a small part of the trail is technically the Shady Brook Trail. The majority of the time you will be walking on sidewalks that are in peoples' front yards, back yards, and even side yards. The only plus I have for this was that at least I was walking through safe neighborhoods that had nice houses. Oh, and at one point I passed a neighborhood pond, and a swan swam along side me while I walked the trail. I just was really let down with the deception of this being "a trail".

I enjoyed the seclusion of the outer loop. Its is not so busy with foot traffic. Other parts of Arbor Hills are always active with people. There are more woods and fields involved with this trail.However, it was a little muddy in some parts of the trail.

A short easy trail. It does not go to that deep into the woods. It is a good trail for children that do not do good on longer distance trails.

wandern
4 days ago

I like how wide the path was paved. It gives you plenty of space to pass people at a comfortable distance. The fountains in the pond were pretty to look at.

Great for runs and the sunsets are beautiful.

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