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Whether you're a visitor or a long time resident, Austin probably has more treasures than you know about. Austin Explorer is your way of discovering more about the city as you get outside of your stuffy home or office and into the fresh air.


Austin Athletic Club
Austin Athletic Club. Note the painted sign. [Austin Athletic Club]

Pace Bend - This little known trail near Lake Travis might not have the best views, but the solitude is tough to beat.

Penn Field - A World War I era pilot training airport lies within the shadow of St. Edwards University in south Austin.

Pedernales Falls Cemetery - This is one cemetery that takes a bit of effort to get to, but there's plenty of solitude in store.

Geocaching Rules - When hiding or searching for a cache it's important to make sure that we don't damage the natural environment or our relationship with land managers whose duty it is to protect the places we frequent. These few simple guidelines should keep cachers happy and places open to Geocaching.

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