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Reveille Peak Tour

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Rank: #2 in the Austin area
#8 in Texas
#308 Overall
Featured Ride near Burnet,  area, 
“A great tour of some of the best trails Reveille Peak Ranch has to offer.”
Brian Weaver on Mar 16, 2013
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13.0 Miles 1,125’ Ascent 1,278’ High 3.3% Avg Grade
85% Singletrack -1,131’ Descent 994’ Low 9.5% Max Grade
Overview
Some of the best riding in Texas, Reveille Peak Ranch is unique in all that it offers. There's plenty of technical singletrack, gravity runs, and granite for endless grip topped off with some of the best views in the hill country.

Mountain biking over rugged granite outcrops, trail running through the gorgeous landscape, canoeing or fishing on our private lake, or just kicking back to enjoy the scenery, Reveille Peak Ranch offers activities for guests of all ages—and reminds us why the Central Texas lifestyle is so special.
Need To Know
Trails Hours:
Friday: dawn – dusk (season pass holders sign in; all others call ahead 512-755-4417)
Saturday: dawn – dusk
Sunday: dawn – dusk
Monday-Thursday: by appointment; call 512-755-4417
Note: trail availability may be limited during large racing events; please check event listings for updates

Register online for a Saturday/Sunday day pass; call 512-755-4417 to schedule a day pass Monday-Friday.

Office Hours:
8 am-6 pm (check in at the Silo when you arrive at RPR)

Fee:
Gate fee is $10 per person ($5 for 12 and under). See camping fees here

Camping:
Camping is available on Friday and Saturday nights (first-come, first-served). Groups can reserve by calling 512-914-9411. Sunday – Thursday camping by appointment only. If you are camping and arriving after 6 pm Friday or 5 pm Saturday, you must be pre-registered to camp or call 512-755-4417 in advance. Please plan to arrive at RPR by 10 pm at the latest.
Description
This ride starts with the Race Loop, then on to the RPR Loop, cut over using Decision Point Trail to get to the Super D Start, back down to the Race Loop, over to the Upper Loop, then finished out the with Race Loop.

The Race Loop ties most of the trail system together so most folks leave from the pavillion and start on that trail, then add in their loop(s) of choice. The Upper Loop is a nice technical challenge, the RPR loop is a longer loop with lots of granite challenges, and the Super D is a mix of flowing granite and dirt sections with some technical features that will challenge every bike and rider.

So, there are plenty of options in linking these trails together and none are wrong! Just explore, and try them all, or even ride them in opposite directions to mix things up.
History & Background
Reveille Peak Ranch is the Texas Hill Country at its best, combining a love for the land with the spirit of adventure. A 1,300-acre outdoor event, adventure and education center just outside of Burnet, Reveille Peak Ranch is less than an hour from Austin. Whether you’re looking for some of the best mountain bike/running trails in Texas, exciting outdoor recreation, some of the clearest SCUBA diving in Central Texas or a full-service venue to host an event—for dozens or thousands—Reveille Peak Ranch provides an experience like no other.
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Mar 17
Open as always! Very little standing water and great, grippy dirt and granite!
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 4.4 from 5 votes
Droppin the Super D (Burnet, TX)
 4.0 from 3 votes
Descending on Epic (Burnet, TX)
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 3.5 from 2 votes
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 3.0 from 2 votes
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More dirt goodness. (Burnet, TX)
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