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Find the top rated mountain biking trails in Belton, whether you're looking for an easy short mountain biking trail or a long mountain biking trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a mountain biking trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
not slippery at all, i like how they keep the trail neat and clean.
Parking is located off Pearl St, Belton, TX plenty of restrooms plenty of benches along trail , some shaded areas!
An average trail for hikers.
Did the trail with my kids and was easy enough for them and challenging.
nice if not crowded
Part of the trail goes from pavement to gravel.
The trial is very nice and lots of beautiful views along the way. My family and I love it. :)
It was OK, except for when we got a whiff of the treatment plant. My dog liked it;). A nice bridge, a pass under the highway, some parks and bathrooms. Not challenging, just strolling.
Friars Creek Trail was a great walk. Sadly the water park and the beginning of the trail is covered in litter. The disk course is large and has a great course but maintenance is lacking. The trail has a god length and hopefully might grow in the future still worth checking out.
Great time, many areas to take a dip into the river. The trail is well maintained and there are facilities along the way.
This is a nice trail for biking, walking, or running. Frequented by people of all ages, this trail connects Fritz Park to Creekside Park in Hutto.
From Twin Lakes YMCA to Hairy Man terminus,it is a gentle rolling bike and hike path, with few blind corners, although excessive rainy spells water can cover and alter the surface particularly the lower crushed granite sections. It is overall generally well maintained and has water and restroom services along the path, several rest areas and play areas will require extra attention due to the "little ones" enjoying those areas. From the main pathway there are several sections that lead off for those looking to extend their ride or gain access from the surrounding developments. Even on the hot and sunny days the tree cover is sufficient to provide extensive protection from the heat. Access along the path to the road is reasonable in case of mechanical breakdown. Overall the path is a gem for those seeking an nice ride protected from traffic.
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