McKinney Falls State Park is one of the most popular Austin hiking trails because of its easy-to-walk-on smooth rock path and the waterfalls.
You’ll have to climb 106 stone stairs up Covert Park at Mount Bonnell but the view is so worth it.
The 360 Bridge, also known as the Percy V. Pennybacker Jr. Bridge, connects the northern and southern sections of the Loop 360 highway (Capital of Texas Highway).
Walnut Creek Trail in Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park has several multi-use hiking trails to choose from that are all nature-filled.
The Greenbelt (Barton Creek Greenbelt) in south Austin is Austin’s most popular hiking destination for its miles of hiking trails and watering holes to take a dip in.
Pease District Park is conveniently located near downtown Austin with 42 acres of natural beauty. Kingsbury Commons in Pease Park is currently closed for renovations throughout 2020.