Trail System & Map

Ranch Hours & Gate Fee 

Trail Hours:

  • Friday: gates open at 5 pm (season pass holders check in; all others call ahead 512-755-4417)
  • Saturday: dawn – dusk
  • Sunday: dawn – dusk

Note: trail availability may be limited during large racing events; please check event listings for updates

Register online or call 512-755-4417 to schedule your day pass.

Office Hours:

8 am-6 pm (check in at the Silo when you arrive at RPR)

Fee:

Gate fee is $10 per person ($5 for 12 and under). See camping fees here

Camping available Friday and Saturday nights. For group camping registration, call 512-914-9411.

Everyone who visits the Ranch must complete a waiver.  Save some time! Register online now or download and print the waiver now; bring the completed waiver with you when you visit.

Reveille Peak Ranch has dozens of miles of trails include everything from easy Jeep roads to epic, long-distance off-road trail runs to unforgettable mountain biking runs—each providing a unique experience.

  • Super D Course by the Austin DirtWRX Build Team
  • Pump Track by the Austin DirtWRX Build Team
  • Over 15 miles of single track trails by the Austin Ridge Riders
  • Over 30 miles of single and double track trails
  • 62 miles (100K) of combined single track and double track trails
  • 15 miles of newly developed single track
  • 9 mile loop of moderate technical trail
  • 6.4 mile (10K) – moderate technical trail
  • 3.2 mile (5K) – low-moderate technical trail
  • 3.2 mile (5K) – low technical trail (kid and stroller friendly)
  • “Park & Ride” destination for distance runners and cyclists to hit miles
    of low-traffic country roads through Burnet, Llano and Lampasas Counties

Reveille Peak Ranch Trail Descriptions

Bee Hive Trail- This short jeep trail provides easy access to RPR Trail from Race Loop.

Flow Track- If you are looking for an exilerating downhill/BMX track, you’ve found it. This 1-mile downhill course is easy enough for novice riders, while challenging even the most advanced riders.

RPR Trail- This easy jeep road provides access to the entire ranch. It is great for kids and beginner riders.

RPR Single Track- Easiest single track on ranch. Short beginner to intermediate trail just past lake.

South Pole Trail- This jeep road provides an easy bail route from the flow track. It can also serve as a good, mild downhill course.

Decision Point Trail- Grab a gear and get ready for a climb. This rocky jeep road will give even the toughest riders a workout. Make it to the top of Decision Point and you will be rewarded with a view that you can only find in the Hill Country.

High Fence Trail- This grassy jeep road can serve as a workout climb or a long, flowy descent. It also provides access to the top of the Flow Track. Ride this trail during the spring and be overwhelmed by wildflowers.

Inner Loop- A challenging, rough single track with ledges and many short ups and downs.

North Spur Trail- This jeep road is a fun, quick downhill trail that provides access to High Fence Trail.

Tee Pee Trail- This is called a jeep road, but don’t let that fool you. This washed out, rocky trail provides good access to Epic and Decision Point. No matter which way you take it, there will be ascents and descents.

Epic- Ready to traverse the 200 feet of vertical to the top of Decision Point in a little over 100 yards? This trail takes you straight up the backside of Decision Point with 45% grade.

Race Loop- If you wanted to experience everything the Hill Country has to offer in a few short hours, this is the trail for you. You will experience flowy wooded sections as well as challenging rock gardens to keep you on your toes.

Reveille Peak Loop- Unpack your old platform pedals for this extremely rocky route. Experience almost 3 miles of terrain that would challenge even the pros. Ride this trail on a cool day, because there aren’t many trees on this Moab-like terrain.

Super D- This trail is famous throughout the Hill Country for its large rock gardens and steep, grueling terrain. However, don’t think that this is an all downhill trail. There is a good amount of climbing. Use extreme caution on this trail.

Upper Loop- If you think you are ready to conquer the world on your mountain bike, this trail will make you think again. Its rock gardens and drops will tame even the best rider.

League Loop- Our newest trail, approximately 4 miles long and 6 feet wide, this casual ride/race loop is ideal for beginners to intermediate with small rolling hills winding through the trees, some water crossings and two climbs about 1/4 mile long each.