Melissa-Austin has not uploaded any photos with this log entry.
User: Melissa-Austin - 3/10/2009

Location: Hamilton Greenbelt

Rating: 3stars
Difficulty: 1star  Solitude: 1star
Miles Hiked: 3.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: 1 hour

Comments:

Crushed granite trail runs along a creek & cliff - very nice.  Lots of trees & great sitting areas, but you can see big beautiful houses at parts of the trail.  There is also some white sprinkler piping running along much of the trail which takes away from the natural beauty.  There are a couple water fountains along the way.  Part of the trail, I veared to the right & hiked along a little more rugged trail - it was absolutely beautiful, but it dead-ended & I had to take the regular trail most of the way.



Area around Hamilton Greenbelt
Recommended Item
Recommended Item Backroads of the Texas Hill Country: Your Guide to the Most Scenic Adventures
Gary Clark, Kathy Adams Clark
List Price: $24.99 Your price: $16.59 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.