Rock Climbing

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Barton Creek Greenbelt

Miles of trails are available for hiking and mountain biking in one of Austin’s favorite locations known by the locals as simply the greenbelt. If you are taking the bike out be sure to contact the Austin Parks and Recreation Department to get information because the trails range from relatively flat to pretty technical in […]

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Enchanted Rock State Natural Area

Premier location for rock climbing and hiking at this one billion year old batholith, but definitely not the place to go if you are looking for swimming opportunities. The pool in the photo is at the primitive campsite at the back of the park and it is not always full of water.  Primary feature at […]

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Pedernales Falls State Park

The primary feature of this 5,217-acre park is of course the Pedernales Falls, which can quickly be transformed from serene to super-bad in just a few minutes during flashflood conditions. Swimming is allowed in the park, but the state has 86’d swimming at the falls. “Ah Mike me lad, the old days, they are gone […]

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Reimer’s Ranch

This old ranch now is a Travis County operated park with almost three miles of frontage on the Pedernales River, which is not bad at all for a county park. This is a great place for mountain biking and for a climbing expedition. This also is a good place to come out for hiking because […]

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