The Lone Star Hiking Trail is a 97 mile trail in the National Forests north of Houston. It is described very well by the Lone Star Hiking Trail Club Website, with lots of good discussion in the Lone Star Hiking Trail Facebook Group.
Having previously done some day hiking, I attempted a thru-hike in 2019 with Samuel, and then succeeded solo in May 2021. I returned to complete the 30-mile “Grand Loop” in February 2022 which was fun. Below are the stories and reflections.
How did we get here? I’d wanted to hike theContinue reading “Hiking Through a Forest Fire on The LSHT Grand Loop”
(Originally published on the Lone Star Hiking Trail Facebook page.)Continue reading “Reflections on an LSHT Thru-Hike”
This post and the associated series were first shared onContinue reading “Lone Star Hiking Trail Day 1 – TH15 to Tarkington Campsite MM83.55”
The previous evening’s storms passed. After a fine night atContinue reading “Lone Star Hiking Trail Day 2 – Tarkington Campsite MM83.55 to Magnolia Campsite MM68.5”
Got an earlier start so was hiking by 7am. MyContinue reading “Lone Star Hiking Trail Day 4 – East 4 Notch Campsite MM51.5 to MM33 Pipeline ROW”
I realized I was using up way too much battery,Continue reading “Lone Star Hiking Trail Day 5 – MM33 Pipeline ROW to Lake Conroe MM16.5”
Had to take the obligatory morning photo over the lake,Continue reading “Lone Star Hiking Trail Day 6 – MM16.5 Lake Conroe to MM2.5 pond”
I tried my breakfast with cold water rather than hotContinue reading “Lone Star Hiking Trail Day 7 – Pond at MM2.5 to MM0!”
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