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Exasperating
User: plectrudis - 9/6/2016  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 1.20 Miles Duration: N/A

This hike was a royal pain.  I had a map from the internet, but it didn't have enough detail to actually be useful.  There was a kiosk with a map at the park, but it was inexplicably in an inaccessible fenced in area fill of weeds. 

I parked in the first lot, found the very nice, sizeable falls with a bunch swimmers.  I followed a trail here until it petered out in the woods, overtaken by poison ivy.  Then I backtracked and forded the creek at the road, and found the second parking lot and trailhead. On this side of the creek, what appeared to be the main trail dead-ended unexpectedly in a parking lot and volleyball court. The only marked trail I ever found had become a running creek for about 300 feet, thanks to the recent rains. Other trails dead-ended in the woods or the creek.

I never figured out how this trail system would hook up with the St Ed's Park trails.

It was hot, short, unbelievably muggy, poison ivy infested, muddy, and unreliably marked.  There were some picturesque parts, but I can't say I'll be rushing back to do this again.

my first time for the trail
User: jimmy peace - 9/13/2015  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Nice, easy
User: Sunshinedog - 11/9/2014  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A

I have hiked Bull Creek probably a thousand times and have explored every inch off trail.  When the park is empty is absolutely wonderfull.  I try to make sure I go some time other than summer.

Beautiful Hike
User: mgialusis - 2/22/2014  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 1.00 Mile Duration: N/A

Gorgeous scenery but hard to find the actual trail - not sure where to cross to the other side.

Loved this hike!
User: mgialusis - 2/2/2014  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A

Nice trail but lots of trash, unfortunately.  Challenging areas but beautiful views of water falls and creeks; some shady areas, average solitude.

User: texaskdog - 1/26/2014  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Very busy on this nice winter day.  We hiked up one side and then down the other, but also ventured into the Preserve (halfway up on the west side you'll see the sign and it comes out by the parking lot by the low water crossing near 360, only accessible 8/1-2/28 each year).  Nice waterfall too!

Sunny Sunday on Bull Creek
User: voolevoonye - 1/19/2014  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.69 Miles Duration: 1 hour, 19 minutes

More trash than I expected....picked up a couple of aluminum cans. Started at the tiny parking lot on Old Spicewood Springs Rd. (were the bathrooms are) and went down all the way to the Lakewood trailhead and back.

Picked up trash
User: texaskdog - 9/22/2013  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: 55 minutes

I love Bull Creek even though it looks truly awful.  I would love to be part of a group to clean this park up.  My wife brought a bag and we picked up a huge bag of trash.    We hiked from the south (Lakewood/360 lot) on the west side and did the loop slightly up Jester and back down.

User: ValEpiscopo - 9/21/2013  [View Log Page]
Rating: Difficulty: Solitude:
Distance: 2.50 Miles Duration: 45 minutes

Hiked Inga Van Nynatten loop at north end of Bull Creek Park.

User: ValEpiscopo - 7/20/2013  [View Log Page]
Rating: Difficulty: Solitude:
Distance: 6.00 Miles Duration: 2 hours

Hiked in creek from south end up about 3 miles, and back down.

User: supergirlynda - 9/1/2012  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: 2 hours

We ended up swimming for a while at Bull Creek Falls to cool off, it was pretty hot outside today and the water was nice.

Popular Trail - with good reason
User: estudio64 - 3/12/2012  [View Log Page]
Rating: Difficulty: Solitude:
Distance: 3.50 Miles Duration: 3 hours
The waters were high and flowing nicely. It was the first day of spring break so many people were out to play in the water. Everyone seemed to be having a joyful emersion.
Still no water in the creek
User: jtkatie - 9/17/2011  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: 1 hour, 17 minutes

Hiked from the bottom parking lot to the uppermost parking lot and back. 7,674 steps counted by my ipod. 8:39am-9:56 am.

What Creek?
User: Austin Explorer - 8/6/2011  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: 3 hours, 30 minutes

Hiked the length of the public areas and back with Madden Maniac and found a few caches along the way as well.  Other than a few pools of stagnant water along the way, there was no water in the creek at all.  It was quite sad to see, even if it did open up an alternate "trail" for one to follow at times.

Though the day was obviously very hot we got an early enough start that things were not too unpleasant, particularly in the shade.  The sunny areas were a different story though.

The trail terminus at the southern end of the trail has been greatly modified and the landscaping there is very nice.  My wife is still a bit miffed that in the process they demolished the old dam and swimming hole here that she remembers from the past.

Good no-elevation-change hike
User: jtkatie - 6/11/2011  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: 1 hour, 19 minutes

4.5-mile hike on the Bull Creek Greenbelt this morning with a 10 (down to 3) pound pack. Duration 1:19 (10:26 am - 11:45 am)

Great hike, not much water in the creek
User: jtkatie - 5/30/2011  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: 58 minutes

We only had an hour before sunset, but we were able to make it from the farest south parking lot past the "Middle Falls" to the next water crossing after 360.

When the trail is on the west side of 360, be careful to be on the east side of the river. The west side (which we roughed it up) is not the easiest path, but mostly attainable.

finally some water!
User: bigtim1763 - 5/24/2011  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.50 Miles Duration: N/A
User: jtkatie - 7/18/2010  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.20 Miles Duration: 1 hour, 13 minutes

After finishing at the Matthew and Hazeltine Smith Trail, we hiked over to the northern part of the Bull Creek trail. We took off from the trailhead closest to the underpass where Old Spicewood goes under 360. It was a nice quiet and peaceful hike (despite some road noise) until we got down to the swimming area by the first underpass that the river/trail makes under 360.

On our way down, we got to see a heron fishing for dinner, plenty of birds and just one other person - a woman and her dog on the other side of the trail. The solitude was so surreal that we wondered a couple of times whether we were actually on the right trail!

There were no water crossings on the western part of the loop until the trail is about to go under the 360 bridge. It looks like you can continue along a trail without crossing the river, but we followed the trail signs to cross the river. It was not much of a problem for us to cross over the creek on the rocks, thanks to our hiking poles. Without the poles, it would have been tough to stay dry.

The swimming area was full of people having a great time... and thus, plenty of trash. We saw a couple of "illegal" rope swings and plenty of beer cans. But, it was fun to watch the kids enjoy themselves for a while before we headed back up.

After re-crossing the river, we took the eastern part of the loop trail - which adds two more river crossings. The most bizarre part of our whole hike was at one of these water crossings. There is literally a fire hydrant in the middle of the creek! Very strange...

We will definitely be going back to complete the entire trail sometime soon!

User: strontium87 - 1/3/2010  [View Log Page]
Rating: Difficulty: Solitude:
Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: 2 hours
Very quiet for a park within sight of an expressway
User: texaskdog - 12/31/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: 1 hour

Nice mix of creek & trees.  Even taking both sides of the creek on a round trip, you will have to cross the creek a few times and probably get wet.  One of my favorite hikes in Austin.  Very isolated, even though you are never more than half a mile from 360.

User: toddfw2003 - 12/3/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: N/A
User: rdiamond - 7/10/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: 1 hour, 5 minutes
Beautiful scenery mixed with irresponible dog owners
User: scrapiron7 - 6/6/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 1.00 Mile Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

I recently went to spend some time at Bull Creek with my dog. It's a beautiful place and a nice walking park. My only compaint is many of the dog owners simply cannot or choose not to control their dogs and let them run up to other people and other dogs.

My dog and I were standing on one of the overlooks about 10 ft  above the water when another dog twice her size ran up at her. She proceeded to back up since she was scared. She slipped off the ledge and fell about 5 feet hitting a rock shelf, then fell another 5 feet into the water below. Fortunately she was ok and had no injuries.

I won't go back there. If you choose to take your dog, be careful.

easy trail
User: sandew - 4/26/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

About the only challage was the first crossing of the creek at the "dog" park where we parked.  It was enjoyable with the falls & water holes along the way.  It was mostly treed for shade also as it's getting warm here in Austin!

a great place to visit
User: jay_man - 4/8/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: 2 minutes

i come here with my friends and their dog.  its great for the dog, he seems to love it.  he swims around and jumps in the water.  i have yet to swim but the water is really pristine in some places.  if you're a jelous person, dont look up because there are some high dollar mansion houses.  the proximity to commerse and commute is all too surreal on this hike.

Beautiful Place
User: Melena - 4/4/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

You hike down by a creek that is absolutely beautiful. It's a great place for dogs & children. If you like nature photography you'll want to go here.

User: Melissa-Austin - 3/7/2009  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: 1 hour

Two different trails, one on each side of 360.  The South side has crushed granite & is more shaded with lots of trees.  There's a creek with algae & a couple very small trickle falls.  The North side is along a cliff with natural stone that almost looks man-made (but it's not).  You cross the creek & circle around - some small inclines & declines.

One of my favorites
User: squidulum - 11/15/2008  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: N/A

This is one of my usual hikes.  I get out here at least once a month.  I find it's best to go on a weekday to avoid the crowds.  A couple of years back when the creek was especially high.  My husband and I toobed the creek from the Spicewood springs parking area all the way to the Lakewood parking.  It was a great one and we were the only ones on the creek.

User: texasway - 9/28/2008  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Nice Quiet Walk/Run
User: brandonh72 - 5/26/2008  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 1.50 Miles Duration: 30 minutes

Today was the first time I went on the Bull Creek trail. I started at the entrance near Spicewood Springs. It was a very quiet, nice walk/run. The 2 people I saw were very friendly.

User: bspross - 2/24/2008  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.50 Miles Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

Another beautiful Austin day in February.  This trail does a great job of having crossings of the creek where you don't have to get wet.  The waterfalls are very fun.  There are parts of this trail where it is very tranquil with few other hikers.  This is a great hike in the middle of Austin. 

first hike of the year
User: timchristy - 1/13/2008  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.50 Miles Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

first hike of 2008.  the weather was cool and sunny, beautiful.

User: tamwalker - 6/9/2007  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 5.00 Miles Duration: N/A
User: lancescape - 6/1/2007  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: N/A
Small Doggie Park....at first
User: christiniprosperity - 4/9/2007  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 1.00 Mile Duration: 45 minutes
I agree with the other hiker, this is full of dogs. But once you get out of the base camp/parking area it gets better. Leaving the trailhead and moving toward the first underpass of 360 it gets nicer, quieter, although you see less of Bull Creek until you get to the underpass. I chose a muddy day (surprise) and got stuck in some muddy spots trying to cross Bull Creek back by the parking lot. But it was an okay walk. It was getting late and I didn't want to walk alone at night so I did a few loops to get a nice workout. I want to return and hike the whole trail when I have a whole day to do it. Bull Creek is beautiful. I want to come back when it's warmer and take my shoes of and wade through.
Small Doggie Park....at first
User: christiniprosperity - 4/9/2007  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 1.00 Mile Duration: 45 minutes
I agree with the other hiker, this is full of dogs. But once you get out of the base camp/parking area it gets better. Leaving the trailhead and moving toward the first underpass of 360 it gets nicer, quieter, although you see less of Bull Creek until you get to the underpass. I chose a muddy day (surprise) and got stuck in some muddy spots trying to cross Bull Creek back by the parking lot. But it was an okay walk. It was getting late and I didn't want to walk alone at night so I did a few loops to get a nice workout. I want to return and hike the whole trail when I have a whole day to do it. Bull Creek is beautiful. I want to come back when it's warmer and take my shoes off and wade through.
Its a dog park
User: aggiehiker - 3/3/2007  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Lots and lots and lots and lots of dogs. Some that are nice, some that well...need to go to obedience school. I got to about the second underpass and then discovered that they were doing trail work and had closed the rest of the way. The trails seem to very open, as dogs and people have trampled all over the surroundings, so the natural beauty is somewhat lacking here. Sad...
User: ktwdallas - 7/25/2006  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Went down only about a mile to the point that Bull Creek was so dry it look like it ended and could cross to the other side. Nice little walk.
Good swimming
User: big tex - 5/30/2006  [View Log Page]
Rating: N/A Difficulty: N/A Solitude: N/A
Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: N/A
I really enjoyed how this was in the middle of a city, but your totally secluded from it. Great swimming holes along the way. Go in the spring and swim.
User: Rajun Cajun - 2/5/2006  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 6.00 Miles Duration: N/A
We hiked from the North side of Cap. of Texas to the dog park and back. Fun hike and even though there were alot of dogs they were no both.
User: glenlake505 - 11/14/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A
varied scenery - hiking near water is special
User: e5200 - 9/22/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.60 Miles Duration: N/A
I've hiked this trail many times in all sorts of weather - it is one of my favorite in-town hikes - the trail is wide on the east bank - sometimes high overlooking the creek and othertimes on the same level with the creek - weekends the trail can be busy and I have never been alone on the east side although, I have been alone on the shorter west side trail - this time only walked to the big falls - a grandfather, with 3 young boys came along. The boys need the break having just made the long exodus from Houston - they took their shoes off to spend time exploring in the water - cute kids that added to the hike/walk another opportunity to smile...always have to stop and explore the old stone walls and while walking note the changing variety of fauna - although dogs allowed I have come upon a deer or two, loads of dragonflies and all sorts of creek bugs, frogs and once had a water snake seemingly chased me down the stream. Love laying in the stream, clothes and all - the only downer is the sound of the traffic from loop 360 - the falls does drown out the highway sounds.
Bull Creek Hike
User: Texpride12 - 9/8/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: N/A
I started this hike at the upper waterfall where the trail meets 360. There were no destinct signs for the trail so I found one and headed west toward what I found out later was the turnaround. Water Levels were very low because of the drought but I did manage to find some spots that looked like they would be great for swimming when there was more water in the creek. The trail from the upper waterfall to the turnaround does close in on you a bit so you might have to push some weeds aside for the first half mile or so. You do have to walk under a few bridges which is very noisy but you only hear the cars for a short time. My advice while you are heading toward the turnaround is to take the trail to the left when it v's. This is the trail that stays along the waters edge. When you make the turnaround you can take the upper trail that comes back to the V. There are a few trails that wind through the trees at the turnaround but in my opinion they are so short and some are blocked so its not worth it unless you just absolutely want to hike all of them. I did stop short of the turnaround at this swimming hole that looked like a really great spot. It was then that I noticed the considerable amount of trash that was thrown about. It upset me very much to see that people would not have the common courtesy to pick up after themselves. When I went to sit down by what looked like a waterfall I notice that someone had stuffed dirty diapers up inbetween the some rocks. I could not believe my eyes. It ruined the moment for me and really pissed me off. Do me, Austin, Earth, and your fellow man a favor. Pick up after yourselves and even after others if reasonable. I started to pick up the trash and put it into a pile but had no bags to put all the trash in. I will be more than happy to give someone an earful if I see them practicing these unforgiving acts so please show some respect. Bact to the trail. I made the turnaround and headed back to where I started, taking the higher trail that I mentioned before from there I followed the trail on the North side of the creek toward lower falls into Bull Creek Park. If you look on the map it has you staying on the south side of the creek and I'm here to tell you, you can take either side. The North side is more enjoyable in my opinion. The highlight of the trail was reaching Bull Creek Park. There were a lot of dogs running off leashes which I really dont mind as long as the dogs know how to behave but the creek was really cool. It opened up into a large pool where people were swimming under a few running falls and just hanging out and realaxing. The highlight for me was a 13' wall on the north side of the park tucked under some trees. There were some free climbers there scaling the wall and there were nice enough to let me come over and give it a try. One guy even loaned me his shoes and chalk. There are no holds so my advice is climb at your own risk. I will def. be back to do this on a regular basis. Didnt make it to the top but I had fun. After the wall I was really glad I came. I'll be back to the park for sure. Don't know if I'll return to the west side of 360 due to all the trash. LCRA or someone needs to make an effort to clean this place up. It was a real shame. I might try and organize something for the future to help out.
Long Hike but enjoyable
User: zhean- - 8/21/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 6.50 Miles Duration: N/A
We started our hike at bull creek ditrict park. Didnt expect to cross the creek so early, so i have to take off my shoes! but it was ok, alot of doggy are there too! looks like a dog park for me. But anyway, the trail is nice coz most of it are covered with tree shade. So even it's noontime it is still fine to hike the trails. We saw some water pools, it's calling me to jump in but one thing i dont like is... there's a lot more dogs swimming than people. Me and my husband saw snakes in different occassions so watch out where you step. That scared the whole lot of me. Watch for the dog poop too! We stopped in some places to rest, like on top of laid flat stones along the way facing the creek... and some nice spot along the trails with rushing water. We enjoyed our long hike, we rested back in the park after our hike.. laid out towels and read books to relax. Overall... the experience was worth it.
Long Hike through the Creek
User: pixistixs - 8/4/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: N/A
This is a nice long hike that crosses back and forth over Bull Creek. Be prepared to get your feet wet. Beautiful falls about half way through. Lost the trail once or twice but quickly picked it back up.
Texas Waterpark
User: adrianrsus - 7/15/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A
My wife and I hiked this trail in the middle of summer and we were very happy to be able to get into the creek at several spots. The trail was a well established and it crosses the creek a few times. We enjoyed the scenery and the fact that we were so close to water. The only bad thing I have to say is that there was litter at a couple of spots. (I guess it's the younger crowd) But still a truly enjoyable experience.
Beautiful hike
User: jkerr57 - 6/23/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: N/A
Try it during the week when there are not as many drunken college students with boomboxes.
User: timkimbrown - 6/2/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: N/A
Better in the spring. It was a little dirty with all of the traffic in the summer.
User: marakristina - 5/15/2005  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 7.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Columbus Day Hike
User: Blizzard - 10/11/2004  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.50 Miles Duration: N/A
sure glad Columbus gave us the day off.
User: brian724 - 7/4/2004  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Trail's improving
User: shred - 1/8/2004  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 5.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Thanks to the good work of the trail project, the trail is now much improved at the northern bridge under 360. Watch for free-range dogs at the south end. It's still difficult to go the whole length if the creek is high.
Still needs work.
User: nocman - 10/21/2003  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 7.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Did the whole trail, from Spicewood Springs to the dog park. Only ran into a few people. The only problem I have with the trail now is it's becoming overgrown. But other then that, it was nice and quiet. I actully took time to stop, sit and check out the waterfalls and take some pictures also.
Something for everyone
User: Riff Raff - 9/26/2003  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Hiked out as far as the 'side falls' today and turned back, after apparently spending a majority of my hike on maverick trails. To avoid doing the same, be sure to stay on the east side of the creek at the first 360 crossing (you'll end up walking on a path right next to the concrete). If you don't see a hiking marker every quarter mile or so, then you've probably wandered off the main trail (which is very easy to do here). At any rate, the initial area by the trailhead seems to be basically a dog park these days, with dogs and their owners out in droves to play in the creek. Once you get past the first quarter mile or so though, the number of people thins out dramatically. Bring a trash bag and pack out some trash if at all possible, as this trail could definitely use the help since it is so close to 360.
Well..
User: nocman - 8/10/2003  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Went out and did a little hiking at Bull Creek. Looks like part's haven't seen traffic in a while and with the lack rain the water was very nasty in spot's. But other then that, nice quiet hike.
A very nice hike
User: HikerGirl - 6/8/2003  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.50 Miles Duration: N/A
I have gone on this trail several times (half one weekend and the other half another weekend). I lost the trail after it went under the bridge on one occasion but found it the next weekend. Will go back and do the whole thing next time! A very nice hike...people are very friendly. One part under the bridge by the swimming hole can get a little trashy sometimes with stuff washing down after a rain, however.
Sturdy hike through woods along the creek
User: figment - 5/14/2003  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Bull Creek has something for everybody - swimming, hiking, playing with your dog. The terrain is more varied than the Barton Creek Greenbelt. The popular swimming holes do get packed on summer weekends, though.
Love it.
User: nocman - 6/10/2002  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 5.00 Miles Duration: N/A
I've hiking Bull Creek many times and it's always nice. Always some water flow to the creek and normally quiet. Very nice place to go and if you goto a certin waterfall there is a hidden space behind the water fall, very nice to hide in..
Lots of dogs near the crossing
User: Centex Trekker - 2/16/2002  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 0.75 Mile Duration: N/A
I need to come back and finish this.