Christine Hersh

Austin

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  1. Pedernales Falls State Park - Backpacking and Camping

    Austin

    Pedernales Falls State Park is a close escape from metropolitan Austin with Pedernales Falls being the main attraction and close to 10 miles of rugged multi-use trails for hiking, mountain biking, running, and horseback riding.

  2. Hill Country State Natural Area - Trail Running

    Austin

    Hill Country State Natural Area has 40 miles of trails for any combination of hiking, running, mountain biking, and equestrian pursuits. This rugged, beautiful natural area begs to be explored.

  3. Garner State Park - Backpacking

    Austin

    Garner State Park is one of the most scenic camping destinations in the Hill Country area with short hikes and views of the Frio river. Trail running, one of many activities in the park, at this iconic Texas park is great no matter the season.

  4. Enchanted Rock - Camping and Backpacking

    Austin

    Enchanted Rock is one of the most unique, worthwhile outdoor destinations available in Texas. It is worth a visit whether you're a climber, camper, or day hiker... or all of the above.

  5. Krause Springs - Hiking

    Austin

    Krause Springs is a natural swimming hole located near Spicewood, TX, just outside of Austin. It is a gorgeous oasis where cool waters, towering cypress trees, and relaxation abound.

  6. The Hardest Day Hike in Central Texas? Lost Maples East Trail

    Austin

    The steep and rugged uphill trail sections at the Lost Maples State Natural Area make it one of the hardest hikes in Central Texas.

  7. 5 Ways to Camp in Central Texas

    Austin

    Here are some of the best ways to camp in Central Texas, from glamping to sleeping like a cowboy beneath the Hill Country stars.

  8. Buescher State Park - Hiking

    Austin

    Buescher State Park is a small park that's great for a quick run, short hike, bike ride, a paddle across the lake, or a weekend camping spot.