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Monday, October 5, 2015

Austin, Texas - Wild Basin Preserve Hike

The preserve is off of 360 a few miles from Ranch Road 2222.  There are 2.5 miles of trails that take you down to a small canyon and follows along a creek to a waterfall. Click to enlarge to see trail system.

Several trails to choose from .

along the creek bed, the walk is pretty and shaded at least

This use to be a creek crossing...

Some wildflowers still remain

The trail has some ups and downs

Part of the spring fed creek that has a bit of water in it

No waterfall ...just a trickle from the spring fed creek above.  But there was a good amount of water in the pond area

up we go...the terrain was much prettier down by the creek; it is a decent hike; not as pretty as the hike in River Place or Bull Creek, but okay.

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