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Hiking in San Antonio, TX

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Combine portions of the Wilderness and Wildlife Trails to see the best Brackenridge offers. Nearly half the hike pa...


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This region was inhabited by native peoples from early times. Among them were the Payayas, who lived along a river th...


* Old Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC), soon US Army


Walking thru the Alamo Quarry Market, admire the old quarry buildings & static displays of mining equipment. Le...


Exit park museum/headquarters at Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo (Mission San Jose). Walk parkway. Cros...


Walk on sidewalks at river-level & on west side of the River. The Walk ends at a wide stairs going up to old to...


From the Mission, you will cross the San Antonio River via the old and new bridges. At the hike-&-bike path, tu...


Exit park museum/headquarters at Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo (Mission San Jose). Walk parkway. Cros...


Medina River

San Antonio, TX

If you live in San Antonio, a really nice day trip is down the Medina. We started at a private ranch and went dow...


The Alamo

San Antonio, TX

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This is the Long Barrack, the oldest building in San Antonio. It was built in 1724 as a convento or residence for pri...


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See white-tailed deer on the fringes of the woodlands while hearing songbirds hidden in the trees. Skirt the edges ...


After 10,000 years, the people of South Texas found their cultures, their very lives under attack. In the early...


The Paseo del Rio, also known as the RiverWalk, utilizes both sides of the historic San Antonio River in downtown S...


The Mission Trail, paralleling the San Antonio River, is the hike for Texas history lovers. It’s rare to be able to...


Tobin Park: Oakwell Trail

Alamo Heights, TX

This hike is for those who enjoy open woods filled with large (4-foot diameter), mature live oaks and other hardwoo...


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- Government Canyon State Natural Area is an approximately 6,642.65 acre area in Bexar County, just outside San ...


This hike is best in cooler weather or cloudy days, as it is sunny and dry and there is no water on the route, so b...


This very small park offers two completely different walking experiences by combining the Exercise Loop and the Leo...


Comanche Lookout

San Antonio, TX

At an elevation of 1340 feet, Comanche Hill is the fourth highest point in Bexas County. The hill lies on the southea...


Imagine hiking across a vast limestone formation that is riddled with holes, 40 miles wide, 450 feet thick, and enc...

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