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Total Log Entries: 4 (Rank: 144th) [List Them] [Map Them]
Total Distance: 14.00 Miles (Rank: 239th)
Average Distance: 3.50 Miles

Average Rating: (3.48)
Average Difficulty: (2.11)
Average Solitude: (2.86)

Earliest Log Entry: 3/18/2010
Latest Log Entry: 6/6/2010

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Log Entries

Williamson County Regional Park - 6/6/2010  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A

Got out this afternoon and checked out the nature trail and have to say I was pleasantly surprised. As the description says, it is not difficult at all, but it is nice and quiet. I saw more deer (3) than people (1) at about 4pm. Overall, a nice place for a quick getaway that is only a few minutes from home.

Great beginner trail
Good Water Trail - 5/29/2010  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 4.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Took my daughter there today for the first time. Started at the Cedar Breaks trail head and headed in for 2 miles. Interesting variety of terrain from smooth to rocky that kept the hike interesting. Trail is mostly shaded, so even though it was mid 90's, it was not too bad. Make sure to wear good shoes, my daughter was wearing tennis shoes and her feet were hurting by the end of hike because of the rocks.
Balcones Canyonlands NWR - Warbler Vista - 4/4/2010  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: 2 hours

Took my 12 and 10yr old kids and they had a blast. Great hike in the trees with enough terrain variation to keep them interested. Been out here a few times and have never seen more than 2 other groups.

Barton Creek - Lower - 3/18/2010  [View Log Page]
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Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: N/A

Took the kids on spring break. Of course it was busy, but not too bad. Nice to have water flowing this time. Kids enjoyed getting their feet wet and skipping rocks. My 4yr old didn't like the rocky parts of the trail though, kept stumbling and was on my shoulders on the way back.