In one course you experience all the power and beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Ride across rolling savannah hills, speckled with flora and fauna, birds and a breeze, through the rocks duck into a stand of oaks by the dry creek, Ride past the sharp rock ledge and lounge under the shade of a 250+ year old Texas Live oak before returning to take in the lush beauty of the native Pecan trees.

During your “relaxing” ride, you will in stages, gain 150 feet in elevation before enjoying a “loss of altitude” taking you back to your starting elevation. The back part of the dedicated course experiences several 50 foot elevation changes before returning you to the starting point of the course. Feel free to ride the course again if you have anything left.

Cross Country Trails

Want more of a Challenge? Some of the Jeep trails will give you 300 feet of elevation change in one half of a mile. Got what it takes? On the back part of the course, take in the beauty of one of the largest and oldest oak trees in Bandera County. Want to reach around the base of the Tree? You will need at least 3 fiends.

Sounds like the perfect recipe for a cross country mountain bike trip! Bandera Bike offers trails for all levels of cross country enthusiasts. If you are out with your family or your cross country team, your biking experience will be one to remember. Leave the park sore and exhausted.

Trail Distance (Miles) Ascent
Dedicated Trails 7 300′
Jeep Roads 8 1200’+