PEOPLE
FOR TRAILS.

We work to create trails connecting communities and providing opportunities for education, health, preservation and enjoyment of the natural resources in Comal County!

CITY COUNCIL BOND WORKSHOP

DEC 5 - 6-9PM CITY HALL

This coming Monday we need all trail supporters at the City Council Workshop. We want to make sure projects like Alligator Creek trail, Dry Comal Creek trail and city wide pedestrian improvements are NOT forgotten again.

CAN'T MAKE THE WORKSHOP?

Email council here:

rbrockman@newbraunfels.gov
acampos@newbraunfels.gov
cwillis@newbraunfels.gov
hbowers@newbraunfels.gov
lspradley@newbraunfels.gov
jhurta@newbraunfels.gov
jblakey@newbraunfels.gov

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE SWEATY YETI!

THANK YOU TO OUR AMAZING 2022 SPONSORS!
  1. Email your support of funding on the bond for the Dry Comal Creek Greenway project to bond@nbtexas.org and copy your councilperson and/or the mayor mayor@nbtexas.org.
  2. (Find your councilperson HERE

Talking Points:

  • DCC Project was Approved in 2013 and never funded
  • Trails are #1 in Parks and Rec Survey
  • 40% of Segment 2 is already privately funded and will be built.
THANK YOU TO OUR AMAZING 2021 Sweaty Yeti SPONSORS!

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EXPLORE

PANTHER CANYON

Panther Canyon Trail begins near the headwaters of the Comal Springs. The trail ascends the Balcones Escarpment into the Edwards Plateau under the shade of oaks, Ashe juniper, cedar elm and under-story trees including Mexican buckeye, kidneywood and Texas persimmon.

DRY COMAL CREEK

The Dry Comal Hike and Bike Trail winds through several different vegetation habitats: a savanna with prickly pear cacti and mesquite trees; an upland forest of old live oaks, Ashe juniper, cedar elm; and a riparian habitat including boxelder, hackberry and pecan trees.Panther Canyon Trail begins near the headwaters of the Comal Springs. The trail ascends the Balcones Escarpment into the Edwards Plateau under the shade of oaks, Ashe juniper, cedar elm and under-story trees including Mexican buckeye, kidneywood and Texas persimmon.

MADRONE TRAIL

Nice and rocky 7.6 mile trail that winds it’s way through a peninsula on Canyon Lake. This is a popular mountain biking trail as there are lot of rocky challenges. Cool off in the lake after a hike or ride. Park fee may apply.

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CONNECTING TRAILS TO OUR COMMUNITY

Comal Trails Alliance is dedicated to creating a system of trails connecting communities and providing opportunities for education, health and enjoyment of the natural resources located within Comal County.

Our organization advocates for continued development of Local Trails, Active Transportation, and Healthy Living in Comal County and neighboring communities.

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