Memorial Park Photos

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Hogg Woods Trail
Much of this trail has been deforested and one section passes very close to Highway 610. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Bike Obstacles
The Triangle offers a lot of obstacles for bikers to conquer. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Triangle Tunnels
The Triangle takes you through two of the street tunnels where it goes under Memorial Drive. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Little Solitude On The Bridle Trail
The equestrian trail is nice and wide, but offers little solitude where it passes close to Highway 610. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Bridle Trail Loop
This is where the loop starts/ends. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Look for this sign. It's not easy to find, but you can catch the Bridle Trail or the Triangle from here. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Trail Map - Bridle, Triangle & Hogg Woods Trails
These trails are all on the WEST side of the train tracks. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Powerline Trail - Another View
This trail is not very scenic and, therefore, not popular. The trail isn't very well maintained or trodden. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Powerline Trail
The trail passes under the high voltage power lines. The train track is on your left hand side. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Yet Another View Of The Trail
Another view of the trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Another View Of The Trail
This is on the northern portion of the loop near the Golf Course. (Photo by Lone_Star)
View Of The Trail
This is a view of the trail. Parking is available along the side of the road. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Trail Sign
This is one of the trail signs for the Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Wooden Bridges And Walkways
There are numerous board walks and wooden bridges along the trails to span the wet areas. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Mountain Bike Obstacles
Obstacles like this were placed at various points to make the trails challenging for bikers. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Trail Markers
All color coded trails had direction markers prominently placed at key points. This was the Blue Trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Another View Of The Trail
Some sections of the trail were narrow and in areas with a lot of foliage overhead. (Photo by Lone_Star)
View Of The Trail
Some sections of the trail were wide and in open areas. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Forest Within A Forest
This collection of moss, grass and fungi along the trail created a cool little micro-forest. Reality at a different order of magnitude. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Lots of different foliage along the trails. This pretty fern caught my eye. (Photo by Lone_Star)
This little guy was crawling (or should I say hiking?!) across the trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Color Coded Trail Map
I could not find this map on the internet, so a cropped photo of the will have to suffice. You can see the "tangled mess" (Purple, Red, Orange, Yellow and Blue Trails) as well as the separate Green Trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Detour And See Buffalo Bayou
You can take a small detour off the Purple Trail to see Buffalo Bayou where it runs under the train bridge. (Photo by Lone_Star)
The start of the Purple Trail parallels the train tracks that run north-south through Memorial Park. (Photo by Lone_Star)