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Starts at FM 725 to FM 1044 in New Braunfels, TX. I recommend starting at Fischer Park, off of County Line Road. Trail is paved and wide. Crossings have traffic warning lights. Parking is available at the FM1044 trailhead or at Fischer Park. Safe and well maintained.
The trail begins as a sidewinding uphill challenge that may require lower gears and steady control at low speeds. The trails were free of debris and not crowded. The park at Misty Way is popular and so is the port-a-Jon.
My family of four started at W. Military Drive trail head and rode to Cathedral Rock off of Grissom Road and back (about 8 miles). My 8 yr. old girl had a 20 inch one-speed bike and she had a great ride, no problems--but there was one time when she had to get off and walk uphill with her bike about 75 ft. The toilet at the trail head (W. Military) was was 2.5 out of 5; and the one at Cathedral was much worse a 1.5 out of 5--pretty nasty. The ride, however, was schweet!
The Helotes path opened up since the last time I came and it's a whole lot more of a nice ride. The toilet was clean and there was even a Lysol spray can in there. The paths were completely free of broken glass and graffiti under the bridges was minimal if any. The creek features a large 3+ acre open area of cement-scapes where one can ride down and up and around perpetually.
Fantastic ride south. Went 15 miles south including part of Medina River Greenway. Can’t wait to do it again tomorrow!
The trail has recently been redone and is a 6 mile ride end to end, 12 mile round trip. Really easy ride. Great for all ages. Fyi, the walkers are really skittish of bike riders. The west side of the trail has beautiful nature views of the river!!
We are visiting Kerrville for the month and have already biked this trail a couple of times. It is great on the week days but I was told it’s really crowded on the weekends, maybe that’s a better time to walk it rather than bike it. There are quite a few geocaches on the trail too, we enjoyed that!
Worth a note, the trail is nowhere near the location currently indicated on the TrailLink map, it is in Kerrville running through the center of town.
Very easy we took our 5yr old daughter who still using training wheels and she completed it.
What an incredible & fun trail for biking. It is well maintained, shady, and filled with beautiful vegetation. Enjoyed ourselves immensely! Well done San Antonio! (We started at Jack White Trail, Segment 3)!
First time here very shaded beautiful trail but we went on a Sunday extremely packed too packed for my liking packed with group bike riders walkers joggers strollers kids roller skaters it was very overwhelming for me since I’m a new rider I don’t care if I fall but I don’t want to hit no one and the path just doesn’t seem as wide as Leon creek and Medina and then I never wear my mask to ride but seeing how packed this trail was 2 miles in made me regret it immediately also this trail is for advanced riders that will yell at you if your slow or if you don’t know the correct lingo and also if your not wearing a helmet I know wearing a helmet is appropriate but it’s not required so to feel the need to yell at me just seemed a bit rude I had never been yelled at before lol
I completed the trail today from the Military Drive Trailhead entrance to the end of the trail near the Rim shopping center and back to the starting point . I give this trail a rating of 5 stars. I hoe to do it again next week at a faster pace.
I really nice trail along the Guadalupe River that goes Kerrville. One ends starts at Kerrville Schneider park and goes 5 miles out and then you have to turn around. Goes through 2 nice parks. The trail is has tree coverage over majority but some parts are out in the sun. Hopefully the town will add more in the future.
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