The Urban Trails Program creates, promotes, and maintains Austin’s urban trails network. Our goal is for this network to help people of all ages and abilities travel from one end of the city to another in a safe and healthy way.
Urban trails are:
- Wide, paved trails that are typically physically separated from on-street traffic.
- Built to connect with our sidewalk and bicycle networks, linking neighborhoods, community resources, and green spaces across Austin.
- Designed to provide a safe and comfortable way to walk, bike, and more!
Austin currently has around 60 miles of urban trails. Discover existing and upcoming concrete trails to walk or bike on with the Urban Trails Interactive Web Map. The Interactive Web Map showcases the planned urban trail network, existing urban trails, and upcoming trail projects. Click on the map below to start exploring our urban trails network!
Want to know how many people are using the trails? View the real-time trail usage counts!
To find more trails to hike, bike, or stroll through, visit Austin’s Parks and Recreation Interactive Web Map. Please note: some trails are unpaved, vary in difficulty, and not all allow bicycles.
See our Trail Tips page to learn more about how to use good trail etiquette and help everyone stay safe and enjoy these spaces.