Rogers Park
McKinney Falls State Park (onion creek)
Pedernales Falls State Park
Bull Creek
Enchanted Rock State Park
The Greenbelt
Red Bluff
Reimer's Fishing Ranch
Pace Bend park
Tonkawa Falls
Access Pending

  The Greenbelt. Austin, Tx

description: The greenbelt is really A greenbelt. Austin has several areas of undeveloped land within city limits, called greenbelts. Many have hiking trails, mountain biking, and rock climbing. Generally, when an austinite speakes of 'the greenbelt' he/she means the green belt which follows barton creek. there are many bouldering areas on 'the greenbelt.' among them are: The Enclave Gus Fruh Pah knee & Bad Boulder / twin falls

directions: The Enclave from downtown go south on mopac and exit barton skyway. take a left at the light, and park at the end of the road. hike down the trail, and turn right. just after the foot bridge take a right and walk up the gully Gus Fruh from downtown go south on lamar, and turn right on barton springs. turn left just before the bridge on robert e. lee. take your first right on barton hills. drive though the stop sign park on the right next to the trailhead. take the first right once on the trail, don't take any switchbacks, and at the bottom of the hill take a hard right down a small overgrown trail. gus fruh is across the creek. Pah knee not worth it, but go south on lamar turn right on barton springs, and turn left and park by the pool. walk up the green belt a ways. pah knee is on the right up a hill. Bad Boulder & twin falls from downtown austin go south on mopac. exit 360, and go through the light. stay on feeder, and just before going under the bridge park, and walk down the trail to the right. keep walking for about 20 to 30 minutes. bad boulder is the not so obvious lone boulder on the south side of the creek. in the enclave behind the boulder there is some pretty good moderate stuff. As of 7-2-01 topouts still need serious cleaning. if you see sculpture falls (which is really cool for bouldering in the summer) you went too far.