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The Three Sisters (Ranch Roads 335, 336, & 337A)

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This road trip was originally submitted by Joe Caballero on April 29, 2010

Trip Length: 163 miles


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Scenery You'll See
This is the very famous Texas scenic drive known as The Three Sisters ... certainly the most famous in Texas and especially well known and traveled by motorcyclists from all over the world. The scenery is classic Texas Hill Country scenery and as good as it gets in this state and showcases a real refreshing and surprising collection of oak covered hills, spring-fed rivers, crystal clear lakes, impressive limestone cliffs, and acres of colorful wildflowers. Because of its shade-protected valleys, you'll find sites as GIANT cypress trees and Maple tree groves that you just wouldn't expect to find in Texas. And the roads on thris trip will have you driving along clear rivers, through very twisty mountain type curves amidst authentic Texas Ranches. Along the way you'll also see incredible homes with million dollar vistas and take in some very quaint rural Texas towns along the way.
Towns/Cities You'll Pass By/Through
This road trip shines with its collection of towns that dot its path. Each one offering interesting things to do and see ... and many of them catering to the visiting travelers. My favorite is Bandera.
Attractions & Points-of-Interests Along the Way
Bandera is the "Cowboy Capital of the World" where you can sign up and learn what its like to be a "real cowboy" at one of the many dude ranches in this town. You can sign up for excursions that last a few hours to ones that last days. You can see a rodeo every Tuesday and Saturday in the summer. There is also a nice museum in the town called the Frontier Times Museum.

Kerrville is the home of the Cowboy Artists of America Museum and the Kerrville-Schreiner State Park. The park is great for short hikes or picnicking. The town also holds a Texas State Arts and Crafts Fair on Memorial Day.
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