This is an event for people new to running/trail running or who just like a slower pace. We will stick to a 12-13 minute/mile pace for about 3 miles.


Come out and join the awesome climbing crew we have here at HTXO! We welcome all skill levels.


We are hiking on an actual trail with hills! This it not a pathed path so wear sturdy shoes that you can get dirty!


Color, movement and perception are the primary subjects in the work of Cruz-Diez. In the Cistern, the artist dematerializes the vast space, creating an immersive and ambiguous environment that questions our perception of time, perspective and volume. The complex projection of continuously moving chromatic modules invites visitors to become an essential component of the artwork.


This is an event for people new to running/trail running or who just like a slower pace. We will stick to a 12-13 minute/mile pace for about 3 miles.


Want to go whitewater kayaking in Houston? Well, we’re not going kayaking in Houston per se, but we are as close as you can get for some great whitewater rapids!


Whether you’re new, experienced, a lead climber or getting back into it, there is something for you. We will belay each other, help find routes and build up strength so we can eventually head outdoors!


Every month we will try a new restaurant with food from a different part of the world. The next stop in our tour is Peru.


Bouldering is one of your 3 forms of climbing. If you’re brand new to this type of climbing, know that you don’t require much equipment. No harness or rope is used. Just some shoes and maybe some chalk. It’s important to note that bouldering is one of your most social sports! So don’t be intimidated, come try it out!


This is an event for people new to running/trail running or who just like a slower pace. We will stick to a 12-13 minute/mile pace for about 3 miles.


Mission: To unite the mind, body & soul with good food!


Public – Let’s play volleyball, ping pong & cornhole!

Event Leader

  • Amy Hope
    Amy Hope
    Phone: 210-504-8333
    Email: amyhope@htxoutdoors.com

We don’t need no stinking boat! We are heading back to Hangar 9 Wake Park. If it’s your first time, they have a practice cable and great instructors. Then hit the main cable to twists, turns and jumps.


While rest of the country is paying big bucks to do heated yoga, us Houstonians can just step outside and let nature create the perfect hot yoga spot. Hot yoga releases toxins, increases metabolism and burns some major calories! This in turn makes circulation easier and increases blood flow to the limbs. All those benefits combined with a sweet sunset over the downtown backdrop. It’s not even going to be that hot since we will be in the shade and during the cooler part of the day. And popsicles to cool down!!