HTXoutdoors

Inside HTXoutdoors – Oct 2018

Hiking, camping & backpacking season is here in Houston!  And our October calendar is jam packed with adventure. Plus, we have a special announcement if you’re NOT a member yet. But first, we want to show you inside of HTXoutdoors by taking a look at our September activities. First up… Stay Cool in Houston! photo…

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6 Reasons to Start Trail Running

Why You Should be Running the Trails Instead of the Streets Running has many mental and physical benefits, like reducing stress, building aerobic fitness, and increasing endurance.  Did you know that hitting the trails instead of pounding the pavement can have the same, and even more benefits? Here are a few reasons to give it…

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WATCH OUT!  Trail Edition

Staying safe out on the trails is key to having a great time, whether you are hiking, biking or running.  We’ve compiled a list of safety tips for any trail user to follow, so WATCH OUT and keep these tips in mind. 1.   WATCH OUT – the trails have obstacles! Trails are chock full of…

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Our favorite spots in Houston

Whether you’re new to Houston or still trying to figure out what Houston has to offer, we’re here to share a few of our favorite places to get you started. #3 – Providence Heights Bar: Yes, it’s a place for happy hour.  But they also have a ping pong table inside, with space to actually…

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5 weeks, 7 State Parks

7 state parks, 2 national parks and a road trip in between. There’s a lot going on in May at HTXoutdoors. March – May is my favorite part of the year. The days get longer, the air gets warmer {but there’s still a chill in the air at night}, and it’s an absolute perfect time to get…

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3 Excuses You Tell Yourself for Not Hiking in Houston

We all have that voice in our head that hold us back from time to time…some louder and crazier than others! A little while back, we asked Houstonians what’s holding them back from hiking in the great outdoors of Houston. Many of you chimed back with the same answers. 1. There’s nowhere to hike in…

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