The team that did the trails here really did a great job. The trails are in excellent shape and there is a wide variety of trails available. The skill levels of the trails are more middle of the road with a few technical spots, but overall it makes for a fast ride and lots of quick twists and turns.

The trails are very twisty and tightly packed into a small amount of room. The trailbuilders did a great job of laying out the trails so you continually criss-cross back and forth, but the ride never gets boring.


Location: Canyon Lake, TX


Directions: 

 

Take I-35 south to Texas 306; head west past the town of Canyon Lake (about 18-20 miles). You'll see an Exxon on the right that is right at the entrance of the Canyon Lake Park (there will be a brown sign indicating the park).  Turn left into the park and follow the trail.  Just past the beach you'll see a parking area on the right.  If you get to a guard station on the road you have gone too far.

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Technical Level: medium


Length: 8.4 mile loop

Trails: Twisty singletrack; lots of exposed rock like you'll find at Lake Georgetown.  No real climbs, lots of variety on the trail.

Trail Map: Trail Map

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Shade: Good amount of shade

Extras: Beach and boat ramp

Fees: None

Post Ride Beer: Tecate


GPS File: GPX Format

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