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User: sandew - 4/26/2009

Location: Barton Creek - Upper North

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Miles Hiked: 8.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: 5 hours

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The notes about lots of bikes weren't kidding.  We went on a cloudy, humid Sunday morning and there were lots of bikers.  Most were curtious, only saw a couple going really fast.  What was interesting about the bikers, we pulled off the trail for 5 unicyclers!  That was a sight.  We took the trail from the "hill of life" which was difficult on the return of walking over 4 hours.  We found the ther trailheads and parking areas off Mopac and 360, which we'll do next time to finish off the trail (the first 3 miles).  This upper part is the last part of the trail, as we found a few of the mile markers.  We found a lot of dry creekbed mostly this part of the trail (April 27,2009).  So, if you want to get wet, do it soon after ending the "hill of life".



Area around Barton Creek - Upper North

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