McKinney Falls State Park Walk – 02/27/2016

We joined the Austin Volksmarching Club for a great day of hiking in the State Park just a few miles East of Austin.

Ed at the Part Entrance

Ed at the Part Entrance

Walk Start Registration

Walk Start Registration

Walker on the left, human arrow on the right telling us which trail to take.

Walker on the left, human arrow on the right telling us which trail to take.

Robert and Rick returning from Lower Falls

Robert and Rick returning from Lower Falls

Ed, Brandy and Carol in front of Lower Falls.

Ed, Brandy and Carol in front of Lower Falls.

Lower Falls

Lower Falls

Field of Lava

Field of Lava

Another Human Arrow helping us find the right trail.

Another Human Arrow helping us find the right trail.

Onion Creek

Onion Creek

Ed on the Trail

Ed on the Trail

Brandy and Carol

Brandy and Carol

Really large overhang

Really large overhang

Old Baldy - 500 year old Bald Cypress Tree - In the crook of the bridge.

Old Baldy – 500 year old Bald Cypress Tree – In the crook of the bridge.

Aggie leading Brandy and Ed up the trail.

Aggie leading Brandy and Ed up the trail.

Ruins of horse trainers cabin.

Ruins of horse trainers cabin.

Information on the ruins.

Information on the ruins.

Carol and Brandy approaching the checkpoint.

Carol and Brandy approaching the checkpoint.

Checkpoint People

Checkpoint People

Taking a short rest.

Taking a short rest.

Dead tree covered in fungus.

Dead tree covered in fungus.

Warning Sign.

Warning Sign.

Brandy and Carol on the hill.

Brandy and Carol on the hill.

Looking back after I got to the bottom.

Looking back after I got to the bottom.

Upper Falls

Upper Falls

Wide Angle view of falls.

Wide Angle view of falls.

Onion Creek downstream.

Onion Creek downstream.

More Onion Creek

More Onion Creek

Different Angle

Different Angle

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I am an avid Volksmarcher. I belong to Texas County Walkers in Mesquite.
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