Gentle slopes, lots of rocks

stepping stones on trail between Jim Hogg and Russell Parks
User: seejanplay7 - 2/4/2006

Location: Good Water Trail

Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 4.50 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: I started at Jim Hogg park and headed west toward Russell park. This section of the trail weaves gently along the side of the lake bluff providing a peaceful walk through typical central Texas flora, lots of Oaks & Cedar. It was peaceful with occasional chirping birds. A minus were the dogs from area (rarely visible) neighborhoods who did go on periodic barking sprees. There are some distant lake views. At one point, the trail crosses a creek and steeping stones have been provided. A small pool is above the crossing area that is feed by a small waterfall ... the size may be the result of the current drought conditions. Overall, this was a very pleasant, enjoyable hike. I am looking forward to traveling other sections. I was pleased to see the total lack of any trash :) Way to go fellow hikers! Sturdy shoes are recommended.

Log Photos
stepping stones on trail between Jim Hogg and Russell Parks
Wayside pool between Jim Hogg and Russell Parks
Area around Good Water Trail
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