Lost Maples Hiking Guide – Just in Time for Peak Fall Foliage Season in Texas
Designated as a National Natural Landmark by the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, Lost Maples offers a unique hiking destination in the Texas Hill Country for viewing fall foliage that rivals New England.
When we think of Fall foliage, Texas probably isn’t your first thought, but it’s time to think again!
Half Day Hikes announces the third addition to its Texas State Parks hiking guide series: Lost Maples State Natural Area, just in time for the peak fall foliage season. This new guide includes hiking tips, detailed maps, highlights, and full-color photos of six hikes within Lost Maples State Natural Area – one of the best places in Texas to experience spectacular fall foliage.
Consider these pocket guides your trail buddy to exploring this beautiful area. They offer a series of hikes with different levels of difficulty. So whether you are an experienced hiker or a beginner, you can still enjoy this scenic area of Texas.
Hikes range from 1-5 miles, so it’s time to get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful fall weather. One of my favorite outings there is the easy one-mile loop to view the unique Bigtooth Maple Trees famous for their vibrant fall foliage.
The Lost Maples hiking guide can be purchased on Amazon, at REI stores in Austin and San Antonio, or at the park visitor center. The Half Day Hikes guidebook series also includes Big Bend Ranch State Park and Franklin Mountains State Park.
For more information about Half Day Hikes or the Lost Maples hiking guide, contact email@example.com.
About Half Day Hikes:
Half Day Hikes creates pocket-sized, informative “trail buddies” for hikers to carry on the trail. Each guide is chock-full of hiking tips, maps, highlights, reference points, trailhead directions, and full-color photos depicting trail features so hikers can plan their hike and make the most of their time on the trail. Half Day Hikes donates 50% of the proceeds they receive from the sale of each book to the state park to support the ongoing management and maintenance of hiking trails and open spaces for recreational use.
For more information, please visit: www.halfdayhikes.com