Reimer's Ranch Lower and Upper River Trail

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Milton Reimers Ranch Park

Reimer's Ranch Lower and Upper River Trail is a 4.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Dripping Springs, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length4.2 miElevation gain196 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsRunningRiverViewsRockyNo shade
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Christian Canas
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Hiking

It was beautiful it really was but we couldn’t get to the trail that we wanted to get to it felt like we were walking in circles and my husband had the map. We’ve never had a problem with a map before but here it was ridiculous. We quit after 2.8 miles and went home. The kids started off great but the sun was just too much, no shade and the granite trail was just boring. Maybe if it was just my husband and I it would’ve been a different story but it was just too much sun for the kids.

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D K
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Juan Llerena
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Hiking

Great trail for hiking. I took my two boys and we finished it in a couple of hours!

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Aimee Epstein
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HikingGreat!

This trail is incredibly beautiful, but the signage isn’t great throughout. The entrance is very hard to identify (there’s a sign across from it that says climber canyon/wall) and then a step decline of rocks. Once we found it - we were off!

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Steph McIntyre
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Hiking

Some trails hard to follow

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Laura Seals
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HikingOff trailRocky

A little hard to find the start of the trail, but it was such a beautiful spot. I really wish the park had maps that were more informative about the trails in the park.

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Moon Filippone
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I love it !Moderate and many parts are easy. Good shoes are a must. Breath taking

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Robert McAllen
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Hiking

Enjoyed the trail. Need to be careful of when the trail forks as easy to go off trail.

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Ryan Brewer
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WalkingGreat!
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Paul Arnold
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Kassandra Lyn
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Hiking

Absolutely beautiful! It’s so nice to see such tall trees in Texas. We took our 2 & 3 year old and went on the climbers trail. They needed some help in some areas but if you’re used to hiking with your kids, it should be fine. Can’t wait to go back!

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David Wendt
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HikingGreat!

Overall the trail is good. The only issues were with all the rocks near the climbing areas. You would enter the trail on one side of the rocks and good luck trying to find the trail on the other side of the rocks.

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Jeremy Boothe
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Love this place. When I was a kid it was great for exploring (was hardly anyone there back then). Now, as an adult it’s great for challenging myself in the rock climbing areas.

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Lee Holman
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Hiking

Great trail. Start at the trailhead near the beach access and finish by doing a little bouldering in the canyon portion of the trail at the upper end near the rock climbing area. It seems like the trail ends there, but keep going. You’ll discover the way. If you can’t figure it out ask some of the climbers who are congregating at the base of the wall. They’ll point out the way. The trail includes some GREAT views of the Pedernales. Bring a blanket to sit on the beach while soaking your feet in the cool clear water. this is a great spot to picnic if that’s your thing.

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Samantha Eubank
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HikingNo shade

Not a great trail for dogs- my dogs are covered in burrs and stickers and will probably need to be shaved now. Husband and I hiked without the dogs yesterday and it was fine- pretty scenery. Will come back without the pups next time.

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Susan Schoemehl
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Bee Buxkemper
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Hiking

I’m not sure if this app doesn’t work well but the Upper River Trail dead ended at a huge pile of boulders. I had to backtrack and find my way back to my car. Very frustrating

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Travis Dalton
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This trail was an easy hike for the most part. My fiancé and I did a little bouldering on an optional part of the north end trail near the rock climbing walls that was challenging but definitely a lot of fun! There’s really only two things that could have been different that would have made this 5 stars. I wish there was more shade on the hike and bike portion of the trail. The mid September Texas sun was pretty unforgiving on that portion of the trail. And I wish that we had known there is a fee to get into the park before hand. They only take cash and the nearest gas station with an atm is 4 miles back the way you come in. By the way so all of you know that fee is $5 per person for hiking they have other prices depending on what you’re coming to the park to do. Overall I would definitely come home this trail again but I may just take the lower river trail and stay away from the hike and bike trail.

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Alyssa Campbell
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James Allred
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Brad Wasson
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Whitney Walston
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Juan Llerena
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gavin mason
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Katie Bennett
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