Cleveland, Texas

Hike the Winters Bayou Trail

14.73 Miles Total - 318 ft gain - Point-to-Point Trail

Originally added by The Outbound Collective

Surround yourself with trees and wildlife, and look out at the bayou from a beautiful bridge

The trailhead is located off of 1725 (see map). This trail is a point-to-point so if you plan to do the whole thing be sure to plan transportation accordingly. Trail is accessible year-round. 

Photos: Patrick Feller

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Hiking
Family Friendly
Forest
Scenic
Wildlife

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