Travel and Outdoors

With huge numbers of travelers anticipated to hit the roads and the skies this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing how to navigate the crowds.
Buescher State Park offers opportunities to hike, bike, swim, and fish in Central Texas’ Lost Pines forest.
Bonus points if you stay overnight.
More than a quarter of passengers currently use the airline to fly out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Volunteer for a cause — and get rewarded with some free treats — at this annual initiative to beautify Austin’s many green spaces.
You’ll never have to deal with a layover again, because these are just a few of ABIA’s direct flights, which will take you to over 100 cities in the US and abroad.
We’re talking about how Austin earned the nickname Flash Flood Alley and became the Flash Flood Capital of the US.
Longview Carolina, an up-and-coming gated agrihood community, embodies why the Carolinas are ranked in the top five for inward migration.
Before the Austin community bids Flo adieu, let’s talk about why this tree means so much to locals.
Today, we’re putting someone extremely knowledgeable in the spotlight: you.
Produced by a21, Heritage Fire creates an experience that guests can sink their teeth into by highlighting your favorite Austin chefs in the nation’s hottest competition.
As part of our journey to visit eight local state parks, we recently spent a morning east of Austin, in Bastrop’s loblolly pine forest.
According to climate prediction outlooks released by NOAA this week, Austin’s fall will be temperate and rainy.
The Butler Shores Exercise Equipment project was unveiled on Monday, Sept. 18.
Tell us a little bit about your experience living in Austin in the form of a Mad Lib to help us craft a unique guide for residents all over the city.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is working to maintain its social and environmental efforts amid record-breaking growth.
By turning off non-essential lights from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. you can help local birds travel safely.
Calling college co-eds — this easy guide with places to eat, explore, and learn will help you feel like a local in your new town.
The Hill Country site was once home to an underground dance hall, an ancient river, and a church.
The train has been out of commission since 2019 and delayed re-opening for nearly four years, but the Zilker Eagle could come back this year
Whether you’re looking to shop and dine or embark on a thrilling outdoor (or underground) adventure, Boerne has something for everyone.
This hot and dry summer won’t last forever, but it will last for a few more months before the cold weather rolls around in early 2024.
The expansive overhaul of Austin’s signature park will not be moving forward, the mayor announced Monday.
The Rent-a-Ruminant goats have left the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail... for now. The Trail Conservancy hopes to bring the goats back this fall.
Our readers submitted their best guesses as to how many 100º days Austin will see. Here’s how many are still in the running.
Group hotel Inn Cahoots will celebrate with a weekend of giveaways, live music, pep rallies, and eats from several on-site food trucks.
Blanco State Park is one of the state’s oldest and smallest parks — but there’s still plenty to do at this Hill Country gem.
These are three of our favorite local accessible trails that are wheelchair-friendly.
The Trail Conservancy partnered with Rent-a-Ruminant to clear the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike trail of unwanted brush in an eco-friendly way.
For the first time in 146 years, Central Texas will fall in the path of a total solar eclipse in April. Here’s how to plan for it.
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