See the Natural Beauty of Amarillo's Hiking Trails


Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument

Go back in history and hike with a ranger through the flint quarries that were dug by Native Americans searching for valuable flint to build tools and weapons with. Ranger-led tours are only available during the summer.  

Lake Meredith National Recreation Area

The Lake Meredith National Recreation Area does not contain marked trails but offers plenty of opportunities for you to get out and explore the area.

Old Soncy Trail

The Old Soncy Trail is three miles of asphalt trail that runs from W. Amarillo Blvd. and S. Soncy Rd. to Wildcat Bluff Nature Center. Make a day out of your hiking experience and hike the Old Soncy Trail to Wildcat Bluff Nature Center to continue your hiking adventure. See the trail map here.

Palo Duro Canyon State Park

There are about 35 miles of marked trails available for your hiking pleasure. See the trails on the map below or download a PDF of the map here.

Rock Island Rail Trail

Converted from the Rock Island Rail Trail, the Rock Island Rail Trail is a four-mile asphalt/concrete trail that runs from S. Coulter St. to  S. Crockett St. See the trail map here.

Wildcat Bluff Nature Center

Immerse yourself in 640 acres of beautiful West Texas landscape at Wildcat Bluff Nature Center. Trails are open from sunrise to sunset all year long and events are offered throughout the year. Call and schedule a guided tour of the area today (based on staff availability). See trail map here.






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