There’s nothing quite like getting some fresh air in the great outdoors. One of the best ways to do that is to take a hike. The master-planned community of Caliterra in Dripping Springs is the Gateway to the Texas Hill Country, which has undoubtedly some of the best hiking trails! Here are 6 Texas Hill Country hiking trails you should try out.
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Garner State Park
Placed alongside the cool Frio River in Concan, Texas, Garner State Park offers miles of hiking trails and some of the best views of the Texas Hill Country.
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area
There’s no questioning how this park in Fredericksburg, TX got its name. Enchanted Rock State Natural Area has beautiful and diverse hiking trails from the Summit Trail, which takes you to an altitude of 1,823 feet to the Turkey Pass Trail through the jagged rocks of Turkey Peak.
Barton Creek Greenbelt
Posing as an oasis in the middle of Austin, Barton Creek Greenbelt provides an opportunity for people stuck in the city to get back to nature.
Colorado Bend State Park
Located in Bend, Texas, this state park has over 30 miles of multiuse trails. Whether you’re an expert hiker or just looking for something casual with the family, Colorado Bend State Park has something for explorers of every skill level.
Cibolo Nature Center
If you’re looking for a short, yet breathtaking hike, then Cibolo Nature Center in Boerne, TX is perfect for you! None of their trails are longer than a mile on their own, and the full trail circle can be completed in about 2 hours.
Pace Bend Park
With more than 9 miles of shoreline alongside scenic Lake Travis, Pace Bend Park is a very popular spot for all sorts of outdoor activities.
Caliterra in Dripping Springs wants everyone to embrace an active lifestyle. What better way to do that than to go for a hike in the amazing Texas Hill Country? Visit the Caliterra living website today and see what life in the Texas Hill Country is all about!