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Short, but somewhat challenging

Creek
Creek
Although the trail parallels Bull Creek for some distance, the dense foliage provides just a few glimpse of the water below, such as this one of the dam.
User: Austin Explorer - 9/25/2002

Location: St. Edwards Park - Hill Trail

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Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 2.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

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Comments: Although only a couple of miles in length and only about 300 feet of climbing, the climbing seems to come in waves instead of in minor dips and peaks along the way. So by the time you get to the top you may be a little short of breath. The best part of the hike are the views overlooking the rest of the park along Bull Creek. Those could be enjoyed without making the trip to the top.

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Creek
Creek
View
View
Ascend
Ascend
Cedar
Cedar
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Trail View

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