Texas Hill Country
Dancin’ on the pedals in the Texas Hill Country
Our Texas Hill Country bike tour offers a good ol’ time deep in the heart of Texas. Enjoy exceptional cycling on a web of country lanes through rolling terrain where you see more Texas Longhorns than vehicles.
- March 7 – 12
- March 14 – 19 *Tour opened!
- March 21 – 26
- March 28 – April 2
- April 4 – 9 *Tour a go!
- April 11 – 16
- New Moon Apr 12 for dark stargazing skies!
- October 17 – 22
- October 24 – 29
- October 31 – Nov 5
- New Moon Nov 4 for dark stargazing skies!
- November 7 – 12
- Duration: 6-days
- Ride Type: Road
- Difficulty: Intermediate / Advanced
- Average Daily Mileage: 60
- Price from: US$2,890
Texas Hill Country has become both a guest and guide favorite with quiet roads, live music and surprisingly charming Texas towns. This is one of our best tours for intermediate to advanced cyclists!
This tour will show you another side to the state you probably never thought existed; lush fields bursting with vibrant bluebonnets, evocative cypress forests and old world small town wineries. NOTE: In the fall there is a 2nd wildflower bloom in October. This journey around one of the Lone Star State’s most beautiful regions both surprises and delights.
This tour is a cyclist’s dream. With lightly traveled back-country roads, Texas-sized hospitality and delicious regional cuisine, this 6-day spin through the Texas Hill Country is one of the best kept secrets in the country. It delivers an exceptional start or end to the bike-touring season.
We have worked with locals to devise a route on single and two-lane roads with little traffic. The routes wind through rolling limestone hills, past wineries and through quiet river valleys under the shade of giant cypress trees. The destination towns have a rich history of independent German and Irish immigrants who fought off Comanche and Apache Indians to settle there. There is a little taste of Europe in Hill Country with a Texas flair.
DAY 0 – Arrival in San Antonio
DAY 1 – Old Blanco County Courthouse to Boerne
DAY 2 – Boerne to Fredericksburg via Luckenbach
DAY 3 – Layover, Willow City Loop and Enchanted Rock
DAY 4 – Fredericksburg to Blanco via LBJ Ranch
DAY 5 – Blanco to The Salt Lick BBQ
DAY 6 – River Road Out & Back
- San Antonio
- LBJ Ranch
- Live bands & outdoor music
- Historic hotels
- The Old West
- German biergartens
- National Museum of the Pacific War
- Blanco Settlement
- Guadalupe River Road
- 6-days of guide service & mechanical support
- Support vehicle
- 5-nights of exceptional lodging (Sunday through Thursday nights)
- 6-breakfasts, 6-lunches, 5 dinners
- Texas BBQ lunch at the world famous Salt Lick BBQ
- Entrance fees
- Energy food, snacks, and non-alcoholic refreshments
I had a completely fabulous time on this trip…For me, the trip was a perfect balance of athletic challenges, beautiful and soul-restoring natural scenery… delightful bantering with other fun (and ageless!) cyclists, comfort food, plush accommodations filled with character, live music, beer, and dancing!! What more could a girl want?