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Beautiful trail! Very quiet, secluded, located in a lovely neighborhood. Mostly paved; great for a short, easy walk through nature.

Nice Easy Hike, Lots Of traffic, lots people with nice looking dogs..

Nice short hike. The Vista Trail was closed when we went due to heavy rain, so we did the Main Loop. Nice scenery and some cool bonuses like the windmill. Views are okay—nothing too special but you can see bits of San Antonio as you hike.

1 month ago

This trail was beautiful! Very short and to the point, but definitely worth the time. It takes you right up to the Guadalupe River and has many spots to actually touch the water as well if you’d like. There are also picnic benches for people to use. Super pretty and easy for anyone interested!

Love this trail! Friedrich is my favorite park in the area and I hike, walk the trails regularly. This trail combo has some challenging areas, but in my opinion is suitable for most fitness levels. The scenery is awesome- the trail is clearly marked and well maintained. Would certainly recommend!

Great trails close to San Antonio! I was surprised at how tucked away this feels. Great tree cover, plenty of hills, beautiful views! It felt like I was farther out in the Hill Country instead of so close to the city. Loved it!

Beautiful river side trail. It's a dirt trail so foot beaten it's very easy to walk in flipflops. Heavily shaded. The bald cypress roots make an easy place to sit and view the river. Watchout for snakes nestled in the roots. The river is shallow, maybe mid thigh at the deepest, easy to cross over to the other side.

easy and shaded, good for kids or nighthikes with them.

Great trails with plenty of tree cover and steep hills. We've hiked as little as 2 miles and up to 8 miles. Rocky terrain so wear good hiking shoes/boots.

Good hike for one hr. Took a loop starting with Yucca and came down thru Hill view..

This trail in New Braunfels, Texas is deserving of the east rating due to the limited length and elevation change. Nonetheless, I give it five stars due to its nomenclature and charm. The trail extends up a small canyon with steep sides along a dry creek bed that it crosses several times. The setting has the appearance of a passageway for raging water during a torrential downpour. Exept for two short, bellmouth, 6 inch diameter pipes covered with lids bearing the word "water" and a surveyers pin found at one point on the trail, this place is like a little slice of state or federal park or wilderness trail dropped into the middle of a city. There are some smooth sections to the trail. There are also some rocky sections as well, some with rocks well fixed into the soil and others with loose rocks. This trail also features a very short switchback section near the top before it breaks out into the rude reality of a city neighbourhood. Trailhead is on the west side of Landa Park, a city park with many aminities. In close proximinity to the trailhead is an area of trees where, during late afternoon and early daylight evening hours whitetail deer can be fed from the palm of one's hand.

Took Main loop. It’s a quick 45 mins walk. Lots of trail options available. Have to come back and explore.

Beautiful!! Easy short hike but very rocky! The rocks give it character and beauty. Rocks were a little rough on the paws of our 2 year old fur baby (still building up his callouses on his pads) but our 5 year old fur baby had no issues. Enjoyable and fun.

Just getting into biking and this trial is great. this map may be old since there is more trials in the south bound

trail running
8 months ago

It’s definitely a great run, I enjoy it.

beautiful but very rocky so don't go if you have weak ankles! :-)

Good hike. We got there pretty late and didn’t bring a flashlight with us so it was difficult to find a way back because it was super dark. However the trail is marked pretty well and it is a good trail.

Kids had a lot of fun. Different rocks to climb on and explore. Beautiful arid climate in early March.

Rocky trail following the dry creek bed. This would be impassible during wetter times. Trail is not as long as listed due to “private trail” signs near the end.

10 months ago

This is a nice trail....maybe a little rocky in spots....but it is well maintained and clean. My daughter and I enjoyed the variety of rock formations and the types of trees. There were a few squirrels but no deer or other wildlife. Some birds were beginning to start their spring vocalizations but in general it was very quiet. A good hike

Some parts are challenging to say the least
Great views. Superb area to explore. Multiple choices

Did the Main Loop Trail on 3/3/18. Misty, drizzly weather and a little chilly. Rocks on top of the hill were very slippery due to the drizzle. This is a very good trail to test the legs and hips. It begins with a serious climb then a "flat" section on the top then an interesting descent. We started by going left from the entry trail. This gives you the toughest part at the start. Met some friendly folks along the way. Very clean trail.

Only way to reach Bear Grass trail (the best section) is via Red Oak which is paved. The AllTrails map has you returning on the same section of Red Oak as you went out. No real reason for this, unless you just want to see the same thing again, as the other section of Red Oak (which completes the Red Oak - Bear Grass Loop) is just a tenth of a mile longer. Strongly suggest doing the loop.

Great trail for Texas! Some trails rated as difficulty really weren’t. There was one section of the Restoration Trail where you could hear and see building of huge homes and that took away from the tranquility a bit but it was just for a short section. Highly recommend and I’ll be back :) Very well marked trails too.

Monday, November 27, 2017


Beautiful hike! So glad we got out there.... highly recommend.

Monday, November 13, 2017

nice trail. good way to spend an hour or two.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Saturday, September 09, 2017

great trail!

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