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Waller Creek Greenbelt
Address 
703 E. 6th St.
Austin,TX,78701
United States
-97° -97' 9.2040000000002" N 30° 30' 57.0168" W
Description:

Waller Creek Greenbelt runs from about Waterloo Park south all the way to Ladybird Lake. The trail is varied and beautiful. It passes through Symphony Square and Waterloo Park. It is home to swallows, bats and turtles, among others.

The portion of the trail running from Waterloo Park to 7th St is relatively flat with some sand and is accessible for walkers, hikers, and bikes. The trail crosses the creek via concrete low water crossing bridges 8 times in this section. South of 7th,

Waller Creek Greenbelt is a work in progress. The creek is subject to flooding and since much of the trail is in or immediately next the creek bed, the trail should be avoided during or after rain storms. The portion of the trail running from Waterloo Park to 7th St is relatively flat with some sand and debris on portions of the trail. Regardless, this section is accessible for walkers, hikers, and bikes. The trail crosses the creek via concrete low water crossing bridges 8 times in this section. South of 7th Street, the trail becomes impossible for bikes, so those of foot can continue, but you should expect to climb several sets of stairs, retreat to sidewalks and surface streets in some areas, especially around the convention center area.

Amenities: 
Trails- Hiking
Things To Do: 
Biking
Hiking/ walking
Wildlife Watching