Reimers Canyon and River Multi Use Trail

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Dripping Springs, Texas

Reimers Canyon and River Multi Use Trail is a 5.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Dripping Springs, Texas that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Length5.3 miElevation gain344 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingRiverViews
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Julie Gavran
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Challenging trail. very few people on a weekday

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Katie Angell
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Nice trails and beautiful views.

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Ryder Worrall
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HikingFee

good trail not as good views in the end but good along river cool trail.

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Ryder Worrall
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good trail if you go fast you can push to 1:20 if you push good views watch out for horses and bikers on the back half.

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Casey Richardson
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An alright trail for hiking. Most of the middle of the park where a lot of the variety is is better kept to the bikers. The hiking along the river is not very challenging but is quite pretty to look at.

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Cyril Allgeier
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Very easy walk on the multi use trail. Back half of trail was best where the controlled burn stopped. Lots of deer and hog sign by heavy brush areas. Great scenery and very quiet. Not crowded at all on trails, only passed 10 people on our 5 mile trek.

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Brooke Leondar
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Nice mix of flat trails and really technical rock trails near the river. Solid trail running.

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Nicole Beecher
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Ryan Hilz
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Matthew Bransky
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We started with the Multi-use trail, then headed over to Climbers Canyon, beautiful scenery!!

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Jill Clark
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We started on the dirt trail instead of by the water and it was dreadful for the first 2.5 miles. Felt like you were walking on a dirt road with nothing around for the first half. The second half was pretty awesome down by the water. We brought our two dogs with us and they got sandspurs stuck all over them. Not sure if we’ll be back to this one.

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Curtis Stone
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Ilian Lumbre
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Ted Bauer
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Well groomed and well marked. We hiked this trail on a weekday. Not many people, only saw a couple guys on mountain bikes.

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Gabriela P.
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So pretty!! It’s easy to start at the wrong point, so pay close attention to the map. There is a bit of climbing over rocks involved for the first 1/4-1/2 miles. Wear shoes with good traction. I veered off tour several times, the signage is not great at some crucial points. Some things to note: -this is the multi-use SHORTCUT route. This applies in the second half of the trail, follow the shortcut signage. -the last half is in the sun so be sure to bring plenty of water. -there is a $5/person entrance fee Note to climbers: today I learned that Reimers will let you borrow the Texas climbing guidebook for free!!

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Dani Moku
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Great Trail! First half is where all the excitement is. The cave, lots of climbing so wear good shoes. The beach, then it opens up and it’s full sun on a hot back stretch. We cut it short so you can take the Multi Use Trail back to the parking lot. If you have two cars you could have one car parked in multiple spots of the trail to cut it short. Saw two ribbon snakes and lots of lizards. Beautiful flowers and really cool trees!

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Leigh Ruhnau
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Jackson Lightfoot
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jayne halcomb
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Awesome trail. Mostly flat but great views and great swimming! Great for us, our 2 year olds and dog.

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Tatiana Khvasko
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I would recommend this trail for everyone who likes moderate trails . The nature is gorgeous and the loop is pretty big. It was a hot day so we got tired because couldn’t find a place to hide from nasty sun but anyway I don’t regret !

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Julia Simms
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Nice trail with peaceful meadows full of wild flowers and views of the river. No shade on the multi use portion of the trail, so if coming in the summer make sure to bring lots of water and consider leaving pets at home. Some rocky scrambling, especially near Climbers Canyon, but that has some of the prettiest and coolest places to see, so it is worth the extra effort.

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Carter Fisher-Jump
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Carter Fisher-Jump
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Very pretty hike thru the woods down to the river and lots of nice wildflowers in the spring.

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Daniel Bacic
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HikingFee

Bring high-traction shoes for the beginning of this trail! The canyon/cave portion has deceptively slippery dry rocks in high-exposure areas. Use caution. The trail route is great! The beginning features a canyon/cave/river hike near rock climbing areas, if interested. The river portion has great vistas and swimming areas. Much of this trail is without shade, so bring sunscreen. The trails are very well-marked and easy to follow. This route is not crowded. I don’t remember passing anyone during the north and east portions of the trail. Lots of ants and lizards along the trail.

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Mercedes Ortega
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Very smooth trail, enjoyed every bit of it. Very open with lots of fresh air. Some areas had awesome rocks to climb. And the beach area was amazing. So perfect after a long hike. Had my 10 yr old, he loved all the lizards. They were everywhere.

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Hadassah Peck
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