Lakeway/Canyonland Trails AKA LAME

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10.0 Miles 16.0 Kilometers


90%

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1,219' 371 m

Ascent

-1,217' -371 m

Descent

1,176' 359 m

High

809' 247 m

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23%

Max Grade (13°)

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This ride is of the main loop up and down Mount Lakeway and along HWY 71 back to the trailhead

Ryan Mahan

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Dec 30, 2016
Darran Wells
Dec 14, 2016
Ryan Mahan
11.4mi
Oct 30, 2016
Robert Nelson
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Oct 22, 2016
Jose Rosado
Oct 9, 2016
Gilles He
Fun! 11.5mi
Oct 3, 2016
Matt Piechowski
11mi — 1h 50m
Aug 2, 2016
Matt Piechowski
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I plan to check this place out. Sep 3, 2016


Terrible! Stay away! Or possibly my new local favorite. Has a lot of the aerobic and technical challenge of City Park, minus the motorbike destruction (plus a lot more aerobics!). The jumps near the beginning/Trophy Trail are fun but need some TLC. There's a nice 5-6ft drop around the 5.75mi mark of the route charted above (not exactly on the trail...spurs off and lands on the jeep road). Jan 10, 2017


I love these trails. I start my ride from the trails at Falconhead west, continue accross Serene Hills road onto the Canyonlands trails ending up in Lakeway. The complete loop is twenty miles. The trail can be very challenging at times, but always fun. 5 days ago


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