Up high

soltex41 has not uploaded any photos with this log entry.
User: soltex41 - 8/23/2005

Location: Lake Bryan

Rating: 3stars
Difficulty: 2stars  Solitude: 2point5stars
Miles Hiked: 5.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: The main trail loop is on the two damns that make up about 80% of the boundary of the lake. There is a small stretch of trail where one damn ends and you need to follow a county road through a small rural residential area before the trail picks up on the other damn and loops back to the beginning. There are many small loops that branch off the main trail and wind to wooded areas. Several of these side trails are quite nice and there are a few small bridges that cross both dry and wet creeks. Since the main loop is on top of a pretty high earthen damn, it provides for an interesting view over the lake and area countryside. Please note that this trail system was developed mainly for bikes. There is a smaller trail system inside the park itself. These trails have markers that identify some of the trees and other plant life that is found along the trails. Map of the park http://www.lakebryan.net/Portals/bcaf6460-83a0-455d-abd6-44348ed69c2d/mountain_bike_trails.gif

Recommended Item
Recommended Item Lone Star Travel Guide to the Texas Hill Country
Richard Zelade
List Price: $18.95 Your price: $17.07 Buy Now
This book brings the remarkable Hill Country of Texas home to the back roads traveler. Whether it’s wildflowers you’re drawn to, or dude ranches, natural areas, historic sites, or quaint Texas towns redolent of history, this is your passport to an experience like no other. Backroads of the Texas Hill Country introduces travelers and armchair tourists alike to the emerging wine country of the Lone Star State, the meticulously preserved culture of East European immigrants, the “cowboy capital of the world” (Bandera), and the childhood home of LBJ at Johnson City. Follow this irresistible guide into the Hill Country, and find yourself deep in the heart of Texas.