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This area of Lakeway is divided in half by Ranch Road 620, which back in the 1980's probably did only line ranches and was true to its name. Today, however, the major speedway, which reaches over 20 miles curling through the Texas Hill Country, is lined with everything from restaurants, grocery stores, shopping centers, lawyer's offices, movie theaters, and gas stations. Within East Lakeway, you'll find a variety of cuisine, spanning from tacos to fried chicken to Asian fusion, but you won't find too many sidewalks. 
Not entirely walkable, this area, just 25 minutes outside of Austin, Texas, is home to affluent families, retirement communities, and a plethora of commercial buildings. However, Lakeway, in general, is a highly dog-friendly area. There is more than one veterinary clinic within ten minutes, as well as a well-rated local dog grooming salon. 

In addition to that, there are multiple greenways within a 10-15 minute drive away. With views that could rival nationally acclaimed routes, such as Blue Ridge Parkway, you're sure to enjoy any drive through the area, however. And given the typical weather of Texas, your dog will be thoroughly happy with his head out the window for the duration of the drive. 

Terrain in Lakeway East
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The fact that a major highway (620) cuts through here combined with the lack of neighborhoods means you'll have slim luck finding any sidewalks. You will find some within a shopping district or misplaced suburban area off of the highway, such as along Medical Drive and or Gebron Drive. Commercial conglomerates were most likely flattened pre-construction so you won't find many hills here but in the few residential areas, you'll find hills. 

This region of Texas is known for its undulating ridges and bluffs, native cypress and mesquite trees, and its many rivers, including the Pedernales and Colorado rivers. Even outside of grocery stores, parking lots, and family homes, you'll find relics of the region's past life. These natural wonders, however, can make for steep climbs as well as long car rides - as the rivers sometimes lack an efficient number of bridges and you can find yourself on the opposite side of your destination.

Greenways in Lakeway East
Neighborhoods in Lakeway have an average of:
1 Greenways
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Although there aren't any greenways in this particular section of Lakeway, as we've mentioned before, this region of Texas offers plenty of wealth for an outdoorsman and their four-legged friend, which means a local park or trail is only a few miles away. 

One of those trails is Canyonlands Trail. Barely a 10-minute drive from East Lakeway, the Canyonlands is among one of the most loved hiking spaces of the Hill Country. Enjoyed by beginning and seasoned hikers, alike, the wooded area's main trail is the Rim Trail. Just one of the many possibilities for exploring, the Rim Trail carries its hikers along a zig-zag path, stopping at a number of viewpoints to brag about its canyon and vistas. The trail starts high and ends low and, depending on the season, you may find a watering hole at its close. However, in summer, it's unlikely, so don't promise your canine walking companion a cool, relieving dip.

Rough Hollow Trail is another popular option and, if you and Fido are up for a challenge, it connects paths with Canyonlands Trail, making for a day full of outdoor enchantment. Rough Hollow's trails vary between tidy - obviously landscaped and defined - and wild - craggy and broken up by roots and rocks. Its elevation fluctuates, making for a fun experience of exertion with intermittent declines so you can give your legs a little rest. 

Both of these natural areas are dog-friendly as long as you keep your pet on a leash and clean up after them. 

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