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Not a typical bus tour, this 'bucket list tour' of Austin gives you a city overview in just two hours. With an insider guide, see landmarks and lesser-known gems that only a local would know about, as well as real neighborhoods, and, of course, the food trucks. You have a choice of morning and afternoon tour times; select when booking to suit your schedule.
This informative, easy 2-hour tour of 9 miles starts at Barton Springs and makes its way around on the hike-n-bike loop trail, including the new boardwalk, Zilker Park, Butler Park and Congress bridge. This tour is a great tour for beginners and riders of all ages wishing to familiarize themselves with the best parks of the area. Totally natural, shaded and traffic free!
Experience Austin's urban scene, hip shopping districts and beautiful natural scenery on this sightseeing tour by luxury Mercedes van. See top Austin attractions like Lady Bird Lake, the Texas Capitol, the Driskill Hotel and Mayfield Park, and enjoy picturesque views of rolling hills and lakes in Texas Hill Country. You'll learn about all the sites you see from your knowledgeable guide.
Learn about the Bats in Austin on this 2.5 hour bat watching bike tour! It's the largest urban bat population in North America. This tour takes place during the evening for a leisurely ride around Lady Bird Lake hike n bike trail, including Barton Springs, the boardwalk, Pfluger ped bridge, with a stop to view the bats in flight after sunset!
This 20-22 mile bike tour is catered for riders who want a good mix of nature, some street riding, and a stop or two for snacks and drinks. This is a 4-hour tour along Lady Bird Lake hike-n-bike, East Austin, and the new Southern Walnut Creek Trail, which is paved for 7-10 miles. This is an awesome tour for people that enjoy riding, with a break for snacks and drinks on the way back, and also on the way out in the morning if needed.
This 4-hour guided tour is catered to travelers who want a more in depth or locals experience of Austin. Once you gear up with your helmet and bike, your leisurely ride takes you over hills in the neighborhoods, through trails around the lake, and will include stops for drinking local beer, eating local farm to table, swimming in a natural spring that's 68 degrees Fahrenheit, and relaxing on patios. Four fantastic daytime activities to be enjoyed while riding bikes around Austin.
Searching for an affordable and fun way to get out to Salt Lick and Texas wineries? Look no further. This BBQ and Wine shuttle is great for solo travelers, couples, and small groups wanting to take a break from Austin for the best of the Hill Country.Special Offer - Book and save 15% compared to the local supplier's prices! - Book Now!
Turn Austin into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a three hour city walking tour. Guided from your smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges, while learning local history. Note: Pricing is per individual but teams must book together in order to be included in the same adventure.
Bring your swimming suit on this 4-hour guided mountain biking tour along Barton Creek Greenbelt. It's the largest urban wilderness in the US. Enjoy this year-round, 8-mile trek, cycling through the Texas Hill Country along the creek. This path is beginner to intermediate skill level with some hiking over technical areas. Enjoy a single-track route with limestone walls and a few creek crossings, which are usually shallow or dry.
Enjoy a leisurely URBAN/NATURAL combo bike tour of seven miles to get acquainted with Austin sights like the Congress Ave. Bridge, Texas Capitol, Castle Hill / Hope Outdoor Gallery graffiti wall, Pfluger Ped Bridge, Barton Springs and Butler hike-n-bike trail on Lady Bird Lake. This 2-hour tour provides a great overview of the city.