Hike the Edith L Moore Nature Sanctuary Trail

0.7 miles 3 ft gain  - Loop Trail

Added by The Outbound Collective

Very short hike in a sanctuary with an opportunity to see wildlife. 

Park at the Houston Audubon Society (see map) to access the trail. Great place for birding and wildlife viewing. This trail is accessible from 7am-7pm and is good for all skill levels. 

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River
Wildlife

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A Great City Escape

For a short afternoon walk and to really get back to nature this was the perfect walk. You are encased in trees with no sight of the surrounding neighborhood and there is a labyrinth of trails to explore with an abundance of wild life amongst it all.

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