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Level: Advanced
Length: 3 mi (4.8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: -
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Mountain Biking Hunt Trail #5

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#223 of 275 mountain bike trails in Texas
#17,318 in the world

One of five designated bow-hunting areas on Amistad National Recreation Area. The trail is accessible year-round, but bikers may encounter bow-hunters during the Fall. Trail is about 1.5 miles to the terminus. Mostly rocky with small ups and downs. The trail is thick with desert flora, i.e. prickly pear, spanish dagger, cats-claw, purple sage, etc. Sturdy tires are a MUST. Beware, everything out here wants to harm you or your bike.

First added by Peter Hightower on Sep 9, 2017. Last updated Apr 19, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Head North from Del Rio on HWY 90/277. Turn right on Hwy 277 North at the Y about 2 miles north of the city limits. Trailhead is well-marked approximately 4 miles from the Y on the left side of the Highway. If you cross San Pedro Bridge, you have gone too far.
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(on Jan 1, 1970)
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  • Peter Hightower
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    This is not a trail for the casual rider. It is an out-and-back of approximately 1.5 miles. The trail is very rocky, narrow and difficult to follow in many spots. There is thick brush encroaching along most of the trail. Unfortunately, it's not the friendly kind. There is thick sage and frequent thorns and cat's claw. You will get scratched. The thick brush prevents you from going too fast or keeping a steady pace. I rated the difficulty higher than the actual trail warrants due to the aggressive brush.

    The area is part of the Amistad National Recreation Area and there is plenty of room to expand this trail. With proper maintenance, it could potentially be a challenging 4-6 mile loop with spectacular views of Lake Amistad.

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