Notice: This has been hidden from our maps in order to prevent overlap with existing trails or rides, or due to our research indicating that this trail does not have legal or public access.
Texas Sunset gets its namesake from the brutal Texas sun that often bakes this trail in the evenings. The trail starts to the left of the trailhead and runs under the powerlines to a limestone switch back into the trees. A nice little downhill run includes loads of exposed tree roots and a short manmade rock garden to the Prayer Mtn. driveway entrance and across.
More downhill into the "valley" area of Texas Sunset where in the spring the wildflowers are beautiful. Next, the gravel road climb back up with series of ups and downs before finally climbing to the top near the church and across a wooden bridge to the trailhead and Ranger loop.
Part of the Big Cedar Wilderness Trails.