The Mission Reach is a place to get outdoors and see some of the landmarks of the history of San Antonio. Not all of it’s pretty, but it’s all interesting.
Early Saturday morning, we pedaled on rolling hills through cool breezes lightly scented with dust near Pipe Creek outside of Bandera.
For our Hill Country rivers, early June is a time of high but dropping flow, perfect for getting in a last paddle of spring.
San Antonio’s newest trail section joins the Mission Reach to the 10-mile Medina River system, a big step in stiching together the larger trail network.
We all have to go outside, for our own physical and mental health. But at the same time, we need to keep our social distance.
With so many new and improved trails under construction along the City’s greenway trails, there’s never been a better time to be a mountain biker in San Antonio.
For those who want to get lost all day in a sea of green, Government Canyon State Natural Area allows the deepest plunge into wilderness of any park within a short drive of San Antonio.
The rugged terrain makes Friedrich Wilderness Park San Antonio’s best park for hikers, despite growing crowds and encroaching development.
San Antonio’s landscape offers some remarkable diversity. Ride long enough along the Salado Creek Greenway, and you’ll see a little bit of everything.
It might not be the biggest park, but the wide-angle views put San Antonio’s Comanche Lookout Park in a higher league.
After four years of riding off-road in San Antonio, McAllister Park feels like an old friend, and it’s always gratifying seeing friends change for the better.
In San Antonio, we’re lucky to have the Guadalupe River in our backyard. Whether you’ve got the whole day to spend on the river or only a few hours, you have options. The 3.7 miles of the Guadalupe between the Bergheim crossing at the FM 3351 bridge and Edge Falls Road follows one large loop […]