Are you ready to do a ride and camping trip in the Texas Hill Country during wildflower season?
Announcement – drum roll please…
Tour the Texas Hill Country with us (at your own risk) on a self – supported bicycle tour. If we get 30 or more interested parties we will plan a sag or maybe even entertainment. So far there is no charge, as in free as a bird! See the full 405 mile route here or scroll down for segments. Google Maps would not give a short URL for the complete route. So I will update and add the segments below.
– Route has been pre-verified. Simply pay your costs for campground entrance fee (about $5 per night or so) and be ready to roll at 8:00 a.m. daily. We may change a couple of overnight locations adding a B&B or motel in kerrville / Ingram and Comfort so please bookmark this page, follow for updates. Entertainment options will be listed as well.
– Contact and signup form to be linked here.
See proposed route and campgrounds below…
Day One: Starts at Avery Ranch Golf Club 10500 Avery Club Drive, Austin TX 78717 to
Inks Lake State Park just West of the town of Burnet, TX. approximately 55 miles. No big climbs.
See map: http://goo.gl/maps/gFF1E
Day Two: Inks Lake State Park to Enchanted Rock State Park, approximately 51 miles.
See map: http://goo.gl/maps/HJvA6
Day 3: Enchanted Rock to Kerrville-Shreiner Park – Kerrville, TX – approximately 50.4 miles
Day 4: Kerrville-Schreiner Park to Lost Maples State Park approximately 50.3 miles
Day 5: Lost Maples State Park to Flat Rock Ranch near Comfort, TX approximately 56 miles
Day 6: Comfort, TX to Blanco State Park – approximately 38 miles
Day 7: Blanco State Park to Avery Ranch, NW Austin approximately 78 miles OR;
Day 7 option: Blanco State Park to Austin’s downtown rail station (takes riders to Lakeline Station near Avery Ranch)
What to bring:
Your happy self with a touring bicycle, bright smile and outer layers up top (ok layers optional), camping gear as light as possible (they don’t call it Texas Hill Country for nothing). We can pick you up at the airport in Austin or you can take public transportation most hours during the week to the Lakeline Transit Station nearby (see http://www.capmetro.org).
There’s lots to do in Austin too! More links to come so watch for updates. Please feel free to contact me or share this blog.
Randall (512) 796-5339
Ride happy 🙂