Texas Hill Country
If you’ve been led to believe the Lone Star State is pancake flat, our weeklong bike tour through the rolling Texas Hill Country will prove otherwise.
This extremely popular cycling adventure begins and ends in the heart of Hill Country in Fredericksburg. From there we’ll make our way on quiet farm and ranch roads through this region celebrated for its dazzling displays of spring wildflowers — most notably bluebonnets — that grow so thickly they sometimes appear to be distant lakes on the horizon. We’ll visit historic settlements including Blanco, Luckenbach, and Johnson City, riding along crystal-clear streams and oak-covered hills, and we’ll camp beside rivers with names that evoke the old Southwest (like Guadalupe and Pedernales). Along the way, we’ll sample Texas barbecue and Tex-Mex specialties.
“I came back from this trip raring to go on another one!”
Know before you go
Information for eBike riders:
Because every rider, eBike, road condition, and elevation profile is different, it is ultimately up to the participant to judge best whether their battery will last through each tour day. We recommend using pedal assist in its lowest setting or off when not needed to maximize battery range. Bringing a second battery is also recommended, and it can be carried by staff and available at a designated stop during the day.