Find Out More About Austin
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.
The front of the historic Driskill Hotel, showing both of the main street-facing sides. [Driskill Hotel]
Bastrop State Park - Lost Pines Trail -
This enjoyable trek through the Lost Pines was not to be missed. A recent wildfire may leave this one permanently altered.
Texas Governor's Mansion -
One of the oldest governor's residences in the nation survived a recent arsonist attack, but just barely.
Rhodes Cemetery -
This cemetery in a rapidly growing corridor of Austin provide echos of the area's rural past.
Champion Cemetery -
The small Champion Cemetery sits along the popular Brushy Creek Regional Trail, and it actually benefits from it.
Geocaching on KXAN Firstcast -
This Austin morning news segment presented geocaching in a positive light. Once again, Moosiegirl does the geocaching community proud!
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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: San Antonio and Austin: Includes the Hill Country
Tom Taylor, Johnny Molloy
List Price: $16.95
Our price: $5.82
This practical guide takes readers to the best trails found in the Texas Hill Country, all within easy reach of San Antonio and Austin. Destinations include secluded, low-traffic areas for quiet hikes as well more popular and heavily used paths. The former LBJ Ranch, the Guadalupe River, the Highland Lakes Chain, and the Lost Pines area are a few of the spectacular treks featured.