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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.


Echo Canyon
Echo Canyon, and other side trails from the main loop, provide a bit more of challenge and fewer people. This section of the trail is just leaving the Summit Trail and entering Echo Canyon. [Enchanted Rock]

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.

South Gabriel Cemetery - Overshadowed by nearby Bertram, South Gabriel's legacy lies mainly in its cemetery.

Geocaching Terms - What do all of those terms and abbreviations mean in cache logs? Find out what's really being said in our list of Geocaching terms.

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