Your Guide to a Full-Day Adventure in Austin, Texas

You can certainly do more than dine in the local BBQ joints when you’re in Austin. Besides listening to live country music and visiting the interactive museums, you can also check out Austin rentals, hire a bike, and go into a full-day adventure! Check over here for some ideas.

Do you need a guide? Here’s a sample:

  1. Rent a Bike First

These days, leasing a bike in Austin is easy. Companies such as Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop can already provide you with one at different rates. It depends on how long you plan to ride it.

You will also find Austin rentals suited for adults and children, and they may give you discounts if you’re planning to lease for more people. Some shops can also rent you complete biking accessories such as a helmet and a bike lock.

A one-day use may cost you about $30, which means it doesn’t break the bank. You can also find more info about the lease.

Consider renting a day before your trip to avoid the hassle and ensure you can get a bike for yourself.

  1. Begin Your Ride in Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail

The Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail is a 10-mile loop that provides one of the most scenic views of the city’s skyline. Even better, it’s only within downtown. It’s perfect for anyone who doesn’t have a lot of time to explore the metro. See here at Mellow Johnny's

It is also within Lady Bird Lake, where you can rent a boat or fish. You can also drop by two parks, watch the bats come out underneath Austin Bridge to feed, and learn more about the local arts scene.

Note, though, the trail can get crowded, especially during the weekends, and you’ll be sharing it with hikers.

  1. Proceed to BartonCreek Greenbelt

From Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail, you can pedal your way past Zilker Park and toward Barton Creek Greenbelt. It’s one of the most popular destinations for mountain biking.

It is about seven miles, and it provides plenty of single-track paths in case you want to get away from the growing crowds of hikers, bikers, and swimmers. Just make sure you check out maps online to get more details about the trails.

Otherwise, you can take the noobie route, which runs parallel to the creek, a Colorado River tributary.

Since it’s a loop, you can still go back to where you came from. If you want to get the most of the experience, not to mention the stunning outdoor landscapes, take a dip into its waters.

  1. Cap a Day at Lou Neff Point

After a daring adventure at Barton Creek Greenbelt, go back to Zilker Park and head to Lou Neff Point. Named after one of the esteemed women of the city, it features contrasting but gorgeous views of the nearby creek, its surrounding trees, and, across, the skyscrapers that redefine the city.

It’s one of the best places to take photos of the city’s sunsets and to know more of the locals. They may head here to walk their pets, relax in the pavilions, or appreciate the native flowers.

Austin can provide you the adventure you’re looking for, and you don’t even need to step out of the city. With your Austin rentals, you can immerse yourself into its picturesque landscapes in a day. Check here to get more details!