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Barton Creek Mountain Biking Tour

Barton Creek Mountain Biking Tour
Walking & Biking Tours > Bike & Mountain Bike Tours > Bike Tour
$160
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

Bring your swimming suit on this 4-hour guided mountain biking tour along Barton Creek Greenbelt. It's the largest urban wilderness in the US. Enjoy this year-round, 8-10 mile trek, cycling through the Texas Hill Country along the creek. This path is intermediate skill level with some hiking over technical areas. Enjoy a single-track route with limestone walls and a few creek crossings, which are usually shallow, if totally dry we ride the other way and swim at barton springs on barton creek. Springs Pool fee $3/$8 not included, if needed. This is a premium tour! ***DO NOT book this tour if you haven't ever been on a mountain bike or ridden technical singletrack trails***

Meet your guide at Barton Creek in the early morning to begin your half-day of single-track mountain biking. You will be covering around 8 miles, which is a beginners or intermediate riders skill level. There are crystal clear, shallow, creek crossings combined with single-track all along stellar limestone walls. This is considered to be one of the best trails in Austin. Barton creek greenbelt starts at Barton Springs in Zilker Park and is eight miles of the largest urban wilderness in the US. Swimming is encouraged on this tour. Just not on the bike.

Bring your swimming suit on this 4-hour guided mountain biking tour along Barton Creek Greenbelt. It's the largest urban wilderness in the US. Enjoy this year-round, 8-10 mile trek, cycling through the Texas Hill Country along the creek. This path is intermediate skill level with some hiking over technical areas. Enjoy a single-track route with limestone walls and a few creek crossings, which are usually shallow, if totally dry we ride the other way and swim at barton springs on barton creek. Springs Pool fee $3/$8 not included, if needed. This is a premium tour! ***DO NOT book this tour if you haven't ever been on a mountain bike or ridden technical singletrack trails***