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Austin

Texas

City description

Discovering Austin on foot offers fascinating contrasts, from a chic urban setting of historic attractions, culinary, film and music festivals, beautiful outdoor spaces and vibrant nightlife to the surrounding Hill Country, dotted by historic towns, vineyards and quaint Texan shops. Take a moment to explore the city’s beautiful hiking trails and visit some of the well-known swimming holes, like the historic Barton Springs Pool.

Walking route

This is a 9634 steps walking route in Austin featuring State Capitol. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 117 minutes to walk.

2021-05-28
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.82 miles
  • Time 1 h 56 min
  • Steps 9634
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 427 ft
  • Peak 548 ft
  • Climb 518 ft
  • Descent 518 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Texas Capitol
  • Austin Convention Center
  • Congress Avenue Bridge
  • Shoal Beach at Town Lake Metropolitan Park
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Clubs & meetups:
Stronger Austin free fitness and nutrition programs
Texas Health and Human Services, Health & Wellness
Austin Public Health
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City description

Discovering Austin on foot offers fascinating contrasts, from a chic urban setting of historic attractions, culinary, film and music festivals, beautiful outdoor spaces and vibrant nightlife to the surrounding Hill Country, dotted by historic towns, vineyards and quaint Texan shops. Take a moment to explore the city’s beautiful hiking trails and visit some of the well-known swimming holes, like the historic Barton Springs Pool.

Walking route

This is a 13252 steps walking route in Austin featuring Lady Bird Lake. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 160 minutes to walk.

2021-05-28
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 6.63 miles
  • Time 2 h 39 min
  • Steps 13252
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 413 ft
  • Peak 472 ft
  • Climb 702 ft
  • Descent 702 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • The Boardwalk
  • Trail of Tejano Legends
  • Holly Shores at Town Lake Metro Park
  • Roberta Crenshaw Pedestrian Walkway
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Interested in learning more about how to walk Austin? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Points of interest
Neighboring areas
Other routes
Local resources
Clubs & meetups:
Stronger Austin free fitness and nutrition programs
Texas Health and Human Services, Health & Wellness
Austin Public Health
Austin Parks and Recreation
Austin Public Health, Walk TX and More 10-Week Challenge:
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City description

Discovering Austin on foot offers fascinating contrasts, from a chic urban setting of historic attractions, culinary, film and music festivals, beautiful outdoor spaces and vibrant nightlife to the surrounding Hill Country, dotted by historic towns, vineyards and quaint Texan shops. Take a moment to explore the city’s beautiful hiking trails and visit some of the well-known swimming holes, like the historic Barton Springs Pool.

Walking route

This is a 11778 steps walking route in Austin featuring Barton Creek Greenbelt. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 143 minutes to walk.

2021-05-28
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 5.89 miles
  • Time 2 h 22 min
  • Steps 11778
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 528 ft
  • Peak 876 ft
  • Climb 1,276 ft
  • Descent 1,283 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Hill of Life Dam
  • Sculpture Falls
  • Barton Creek
  • Twin Falls
Views on the route
More

Interested in learning more about how to walk Austin? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Points of interest
Neighboring areas
Other routes
Local resources
Clubs & meetups:
Stronger Austin free fitness and nutrition programs
Texas Health and Human Services, Health & Wellness
Austin Public Health
Austin Parks and Recreation
Austin Public Health, Walk TX and More 10-Week Challenge:
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