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Enjoy Hiking in the Texas Hill Country

Updated: 6 days ago

Enjoy Hiking in the Texas Hill Country

Hiking in the Texas Hill Country is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the unique landscapes of this region. Located in the heart of the state and on top of Edwards Plateau, the Texas Hill Country is home to stony hills, springs, steep canyons, and rare wildlife. Marble Falls, Texas, offers access to various hiking trails that wind through this enchanting region. Hidden Falls Inn, nestled in the charming town of Marble Falls, Texas, offers a tranquil and idyllic hotel for those seeking a relaxing getaway in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.


Set amidst the scenic beauty of the Texas Hill Country, Hidden Falls Inn is a retreat from the hustle and stress of everyday life. The upscale accommodations are designed with comfort in mind, featuring tasteful décor, a WaterPik® showerhead, a complimentary hot breakfast, a lakefront pool, and many other modern amenities to make your stay enjoyable. Choose from views of the first-floor courtyard, the city, or lake views from your balcony or walk-out room. 


Explore These 4 Hiking Trails in the Texas Hill Country


Embark on this moderately challenging 3.6-mile loop with 528 feet in elevation gain. This Texas Hill Country hiking trail winds through the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge that was established to protect Texas wildlife, especially the nesting grounds of the endangered golden-cheeked warbler and the black-capped vireo. This hike takes most people around an hour and a half to complete. 


Take a peaceful stroll through this 2.7-mile out-and-back hiking trail in the Texas Hill Country. This trail in Marble Falls, Texas, takes most people around an hour to complete and is generally considered an easy hike. It passes through parks, a frisbee golf course, and Backbone Creek.


Embark on this moderately challenging hiking journey in the Texas Hill Country with 324 elevation gain. This 5-mile loop is nestled in the Shaffer Bend Recreation Area and takes most people around two hours to complete. You will get to take in stunning views of the Colorado River during your hike.


Venture on a peaceful and easy hiking trail in the Texas Hill Country. This 2-mile loop in the Marble Falls, Texas, area should take you a little less than an hour to complete. Along the way, you will get to see the grandiose Granite Shoals City Hall building. The building was created in 1985 to be the Capitol Marble & Granite Co. headquarters before it was purchased by the city in 2008.


Hidden Falls Inn provides an opportunity to escape everyday life and immerse yourself in the Southern hospitality and charming beauty of the Texas Hill Country!



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