Explore DFW By Foot: 4 Must-Try Hiking Trails

Hiking in DallasHit the trails this season! Hiking trails are one of the best ways to experience the beauty of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Sneak in a little exercise and unwind from a busy workweek at one of today’s featured trails, recommended by the outdoor enthusiasts at Ricochet Fuel.

Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve

Immerse yourself in nature at Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve. The park has nine miles of hiking trails, ranging in difficulty to cater to hikers of all levels. Over 600 acres filled with birds, butterflies, native plants and wildflowers make this natural habitat a soothing destination close to home.

White Rock Lake Trail

For the outdoor enthusiast who enjoys urban comforts, White Rock Lake Trail is a scenic biking and hiking trail with easy access to several food joints and playgrounds along the way. The entire trail is just over nine miles. If you’re walking, keep an eye out: This trail is especially popular with cyclists.

Arbor Hills Nature Preserve

Grab your hiking shoes, sunscreen, and bug spray and head to Arbor Hills Nature Preserve. Located on the western edge of Plano, the park is about a 30-minute trek from the heart of Dallas. Choose between both paved and unpaved trails, open from dawn to dusk. Bring a picnic basket and stop by the park or pavilion for lunch.

Katy Trail

Katy Trail is a privately-funded historic trail built on an old railroad line. This well-maintained urban route is perfect for outdoor activities of all types, including biking, running, rollerblading, and walking. Go with the family, and save time for the playground before you return home.

Explore the hiking trails in Dallas/Fort Worth, home to Ricochet Fuel, the region’s largest fuel distribution company.

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