lordvallsbyrd's Logbook


Total Log Entries: 4  [List Them]  [Map Them]
Average Rating: 3point5stars (3.66)

Earliest Log Entry: 3/18/2007
Latest Log Entry: 5/22/2007

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Interesting walk...
McKinney Falls State Park [Hiking] - 5/22/2007  [View Log Page]
Rating: 3stars Difficulty: 1star Solitude: 2stars
Distance: 0.80 Mile Duration: 15 minutes
The rock shelter was interesting, as was the HUGE bald cypress tree.
Hike through the hill country...
Pedernales Falls - Wolf Mountain Trail [Hiking] - 5/21/2007  [View Log Page]
Rating: 4stars Difficulty: 4stars Solitude: 4stars
Distance: 8.00 Miles Duration: 3 hours, 30 minutes
The first two to three miles of the hike up to the primitive camping area was fairly uneventful following a jeep trail all the way. There were some nice camping spots on the bluffs however and the rest of the hike was pretty rewarding. Jones Spring was nice and the old historical structure was interesting. The backside of the trail was by far the most enjoyable as you enter a patch of woodlands and then hike along the side of wolf mountain with some nice views. Overall I would say that it was an excellent hike that makes you work for its real beauty.
Wildflowers everywhere...
Inks Lake State Park [Hiking] - 5/19/2007  [View Log Page]
Rating: 5stars Difficulty: 3stars Solitude: 3stars
Distance: 5.00 Miles Duration: 2 hours
This was a nice, enjoyable hike through the hill country with beautiful wildflowers in bloom everywhere. Only saw one other person on the trail but due to the area this park is in it only gets a three for solitude.
Highly recommended for the more adventurous type.
Comanche Bluff Trail [Hiking] - 3/18/2007  [View Log Page]
Rating: 4stars Difficulty: 4stars Solitude: 5stars
Distance: 9.00 Miles Duration: 5 minutes
The Comanche Bluff Trail was quite an experience. It seems that the trail has been flooded at one part, or perhaps this is where the trail ends because the trail brochure did say that it was not complete. Regardless this problem of course would not stop us. After a ways of beating through the brush and a little trailblazing we were able to find a road that would lead us to the Foxbottom Meadow, which was absolutely beautiful.