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Watch out for bikes and nosey dogs

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User: Soonhorn - 12/17/2005

Location: Barton Creek - Upper North

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Miles Hiked: 7.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: There are far better places to hike around this town. The people are friendly but the number of bikers(going way too fast) and the wandering dogs...just not our thing. Pretty trail but we have much more to offer around Austin. It would help if the water was running, but then we would have even more bikes and dogs. The trail is such that you usually dont have long views in front or behind you...it makes you pretty nervouse when a bike comes up on you, on a 10 inch wide trail, traveling as fast as the guy can go...Cudos to thier skill and courteousness. Unless you live a mile away, find a better hike or get a dog and a bike.

Area around Barton Creek - Upper North

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