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Good hikes near Dallas

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ddgrunning
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Good hikes near Dallas

Post by ddgrunning » Apr 21 2018 7:22 am

I'm in Dallas for a conference. I have a solid afternoon and evening free for a hike. Have car, so I can travel. Any suggestions on a good hike in the general vicinity?

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Re: Good hikes near Dallas

Post by TheMazzicMan » Apr 21 2018 8:17 am

I spent six weeks camping at Cedar Hill State Park. I know they have a trail system there but, as I was there during a particularly wet winter, they were all under water. Nice respite from the city, though. As I recall, it's about a 20 minute drive southwest of downtown, on US 67.
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Re: Good hikes near Dallas

Post by SuperstitionGuy » Apr 23 2018 8:58 am

I would like to help you out DDG but the only hiking I have done down there is between all the different terminals at the DFW airport. Some of them were quite extensive as a matter of fact!!!!! :scared: :o :lol: ](*,)
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Re: Good hikes near Dallas

Post by big_load » Apr 23 2018 11:05 am

SuperstitionGuy wrote:the only hiking I have done down there is between all the different terminals at the DFW airport.
The Houston airport has much better hiking than DFW, FWIW.

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