2023 Hill Country Ride for AIDS

Route Descriptions, Directions, and Maps

Our top priority on the Ride is the safety of the riders. We try to keep needless traffic off the route and make sure the route is as safe as possible. As we approach ride day, minor changes may be made to ensure safety and provide the best ride possible.

You have a choice of the distance that suits you. Choose between 12, 27, 45, 75, or 90+ miles – there's a distance for everyone, and you don't have to make a final decision until packet pickup on April 21! Enjoy rolling farm land and quiet country roads. All of our routes begin and end at the beautiful Krause Springs, a magical setting with lots of activities for everyone. Click on any route description to view a PDF about each route or click on its corresponding map to open an interactive version of the map using Ride with GPS.

Click here to view map to Krause Springs.

 

Click here for the 12, 27, & 45 Mile Route Description
12, 27, & 45 Route Map Coming Soon!

 

Click here for the 75 & 90+ Mile Route Description
75 & 90+ Mile Route Map Coming Soon!

 

12 Mile Route

Click here for 12 Mile Cue Sheet

          Click here to view the Ride with GPS           

27 Mile Route

Click here for 27 Mile Cue Sheet

Click here to view the Ride with GPS

45 Mile Route

Click here for 45 Mile Cue Sheet

Click here to view the Ride with GPS

   

75 Mile Route*

Click here for 75 Mile Cue Sheet

Click here to view the Ride with GPS

 

90+ Mile Route 

Click here for 90+ Mile Route Cue Sheet
Click here to view Ride with GPS

 

 

*The 75 Mile Route is new this year! It traces the existing 90 mile route from the start but skips the 90 mile route’s out and back just past lunch. We are not offering the 65 mile route we have in the past. While the mileage may not indicate much of a difference, the new 75 mile route should NOT be viewed as ‘just’ 10 miles longer than the old 65 miler. These are very different courses.  Based on the elevation profile, the new route is longer AND more challenging.

 

If you have any questions or need more information, please do not hesitate to email info@hillcountryride.org or call the Ride office 512-371-RIDE (7433).