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(4.2 mi) Park beneath the Mopac Bridge, cross the lake at the South 1st bridge and loop back to Mopac. Water coolers there to greet you at the start and finish!
Lady Bird Lake Trail is a 10-mile loop in the heart of the city. Mile 0 starts at Auditorium Shores, crosses over Interstate 35 into East Austin and loops back around toward the MoPac Bridge.
It's spring & there's no better place to start than the fun, gorgeous, simple to navigate trail around Town Lake. Walk, run, bike... whatever.
Keep to the right.
Note to self: shorts and walking shoes next time
Get out of the bikers' and runners' way if you're just going on a stroll. Austin has a lot of fit people. If you're too slow, you'll incur their Texan wrath.
Best Running Trail!
Run at sunset
Third Saturday of the Month come under the mopac bridge for a FREE relentless bootcamp.
Don't Instagram while running. Your pictures come out blurry.
Please keep your four-legged friends on a tight leash. Wandering critters cause accidents!
The running trail along Lady Bird Lake is gorgeous and a perfect way to squeeze in some exercise amidst the beers, BBQ and tacos.
Time to get my run on!
Great place for a run!!
Work downtown? A quick jog around the lake is the best way to spend a lunch break.
This is the best asset of Austin that I've seen. 11 miles of great views and athleticism.
Try the American Built Clothing 5 bridge 5k challenge. Start under the I35 bridge and head west till the Lamar bridge and double back.
You've eaten and drank your way through the best of Austin - now get outside for some fresh air & recharge your body! Beautiful & well-kept trail around Lady Bird Lake is an Austin favorite.
If you like running, this is the place to go in ATX. It's close to downtown, easily accessible, & the skyline views are priceless. Visit the water-side trail for a taste of the outdoors in a big city.
Park under the bridge at Stratford and mopac. Watch out for pot holes though.
If your dog takes a shit on the trail, please pick it up.
Any day of the week this is a great place for a bike ride, jog, or stroll to clear your mind. Enjoy!
The trail is open during ACL!
The most beautiful run of your life! The scenery is gorgeous, the running trail is long, and you can bring your dog! There's parking all over the place too, so convenient!
In the summer, you will want to run as early as possible to avoid the heat. The evenings do not cool off much before it gets dark.
Stay on the right side. Cyclists can use the lance Armstrong trail for a little... Less congestion.
Do: wear sunscreen! At least on your face/neck.... I always forget and end up with a lovely sunglasses tan on my face.
Say hey to the bat with a white dot on it's ear. I hear he knows batman.
run. a lot. the whole way if possible
I always have the strong urge to run into people who go more than 2 across in the middle of the trail.
Hey girls! Haaaay!
Public restrooms are available along the trail, including one on the north bank about halfway between the 1st St. and Lamar Blvd. bridges. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
The 10-mile running trail is the best nature trail in Austin
I love the new boardwalk. I can't wait for ACL! We will have a straight ride there!
Great trail to run. Earlier is better.
Best time to visit is early in the morning when it's not too hot out. Sun up is ideal. Have fun!
Best running spot ever!
Run as hard as you can but take a second to enjoy a walk across the pedestrian bridge. It. Is. Zen.
I run in the mornings around 7:30 am, if you go before, it is still pretty dark.
Better be fueling up right after that run, friend. Spot the KIND jeep around town during SXSW for an all-natural, non-GMO KIND bar!
A perfect running trail for all levels of runners. This 10 mile loop is mostly flat with scenic views of downtown Austin and Lady Bird Lake.
If you're visiting Austin & like to take long walks with a gorgeous view..I recommend this trail.
This is one bad ass park
Control your dogs!! I love our four legged friends, but I have seen 3 people flat out face plant in 3 weeks due to other people's dogs. People and dogs are getting hurt!
Here's a tip: You're not the only one on the trail. Please stay to the right.