Texas has approximately 1,545 trails, including 1,063 hiking trails and 387 for trail running. These trails range from 0 to 128 miles in length. The most popular trails are Cross Timbers Trail, Lake Georgetown, Good Water Trail and Three Falls Hike at Barton Creek Greenbelt. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in Texas was Dustin L. who completed Fort Worth Nature Center: Canyon Ridge Trail.
Northshore TrailView Trail Details
Flower Mound, TX
This is Mecca, the trail people think of when they talk about north Texas. Most folks just call it Lake Grapevine, but there are two other nice ...
Cross Timbers TrailView Trail Details
About 35 miles NW of Sherman. A moderate overnight trip along undeveloped southern shoreline of Lake Texoma. Special Attractions: Lake. Permit ...
Lost MineView Trail Details
Chisos Mountains, TX
The Lost Mine Trail is one of the most popular in the park. Most hikers in good shape can do the round-trip in three to four hours. For those ...
Guadalupe PeakView Trail Details
Salt Flat, TX
For more than one reason, this trail is the high point of Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Guadalupe Peak is not only the highest spot in the ...
Enchanted RockView Trail Details
About 17 miles north of Fredericksburg. An easy day hike onto and around a large granite dome. Special Attractions: Pink granite dome, rock ...
Santa Elena CanyonView Trail Details
Terlingua Creek, TX
This hike takes you into the mouth of one of the three major canyons of the Rio Grande in Big Bend National Park. Because the 1,500-foot-deep ...
Grapevine LakeView Trail Details
Ft. Worth, TX
About 10 miles north of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. A moderate day hike along the shores of Grapevine Lake. Special Attractions: Lakeshore views, ...
Emory PeakView Trail Details
A strenuous day hike to the highest peak in the Chisos Mountains. Special Attractions: views, maples. Permit required for camping.
Dinosaur ValleyView Trail Details
About 60 miles SW of Fort Worth. An easy day hike through the hills above the Paluxy River. Special Attractions: Dinosaur tracks, views. Permit ...
Trinity TrailView Trail Details
This is a moderate day hike along the shores of Lake Lavon.
Lake Lavon, managed by the Army Corps of Engineers, rests in an area of gently ...
Hot SpringsView Trail Details
Mariscal Mountain, TX
J. O. Langford and his family homesteaded here at the confluence of Tornillo Creek and the Rio Grande in 1909 and built a small health spa using ...
Rowlett Creek Nature Preserve TrailsView Trail Details
Oh man, this place is sweet. It’s a series of single-track loops right in the middle of a major Metromess suburb. It has something to offer riders ...
Memorial Park TrailsView Trail Details
This is all a lot of Houston mountain bikers know. And this is still the quintessential Houston-area mountain bike trail. The older maze of ridiculousness ...
WindowView Trail Details
The Window Trail leads to the Window, a large rock canyon cutting through the Chisos Mountains rim that allows drainage from the Basin. It frames ...
Erwin Park TrailView Trail Details
This is a sweet collection of sneaky single-track, and it’s one I love. This is a good place to do laps for conditioning, both mental and physiological. ...
The LighthouseView Trail Details
About 25 miles SE of Amarillo. An easy day hike to a large shale and sandstone pinnacle. Special Attractions: Colorful rock formations.
Caprock CanyonsView Trail Details
About 90 miles NE of Lubbock. An easy day hike or overnight trip in the red rock canyons of the caprock's edge. Special Attractions: Red rock ...
Four C TrailView Trail Details
About 40 miles east of Crockett. A moderate two to three day backpack with a car shuttle through East Texas pine and hardwood forests. Special ...
McAllister Park TrailsView Trail Details
San Antonio, TX
There is some pretty cool trail in here. Not the hardest in the state, or the prettiest, but worthy woods just the same. There are trails and ...
McKittrick CanyonView Trail Details
As you drive up the road toward McKittrick Canyon, you might not believe you're headed for one of most famous and scenic spots in Texas. The ...
Ernst TinajaView Trail Details
Ernst Valley, TX
Ernst Tinaja is reached by simply walking up the dry wash for about 0.5 mile. The word tinaja (pronounced ti-NA-ha) is Spanish for “large earthen ...
Devil's HallView Trail Details
The first mile of this trip follows a well-defined trail up Pine Springs Canyon. This is the horse route up Guadalupe Peak, so the trail is well-defined ...
Guadalupe Peak - Texas HighpointView Trail Details
Pine Springs, TX
Highpoint rank by height: 14th. The Guadalupe Peak area is subject to sudden and violent weather changes. High winds, rain and lightning can ...
Cedar Ridge Preserve TrailView Trail Details
This rigorous hike takes you through varied terrain on some of the most enjoyable trails in the area. Hike up a modest hill, trek down a fossil ...
Cameron Park TrailsView Trail Details
I raced here in the rain once, long ago. It was evil and grueling, slow and slippery, and I had no fun. On the other hand, I’ve had some great ...
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