guadalupe river

Editor’s Note: Flow Away

June 27, 2023 | By Emily Roberts Stone

The undercurrent of this month’s river stories is the tenuous stability of our beloved waterways. A combination of factors, including drought, population growth, and water rights issues, threatens the viability of some of the state’s most popular swimming holes and rivers.

As Drought Sets in Across Texas, Expect a Bumpy Tubing Season

July 29, 2022 | By Amelia Nonemacher

With a New Trail, Canyon Lake Gorge Offers a Revealing Perspective of Its Hill Country Geology

January 20, 2022 | By David Montgomery

Carved into the Central Texas Hill Country two decades ago by a one-of-a-kind flood, the Canyon Lake Gorge is one of the Lone Star State’s lesser-known natural treasures.

A New Mom Reclaims Her Freedom on a Motorcycle Ride Through the Devil’s Backbone

January 28, 2021 | By Katie Gutierrez

A Golden Moment on the Guadalupe River

September 24, 2020 | By

Small-Town Business Spotlight: Crider’s is Still Riding and Dancing Along the Guadalupe River in Hunt

July 28, 2020 | By Heather Brand

For 95 years, Crider’s Rodeo and Dancehall in Hunt has opened every summer to crowds eager for rodeo action and dancing under the stars along the Guadalupe River.

Summer for Procrastinators: Medina River

July 18, 2019 | By Jacqueline Aguirre

If you didn’t start thinking about your summer plans in February, don’t fret.

Rodeo and Boot-Scoot Beside the Guadalupe River All Summer Long

April 30, 2019 | By Heather Brand

The down-home, open-air entertainment venue on the outskirts of Hunt got its start in 1925 when Walter and Audrey Crider hosted a rodeo, dance, and barbecue fundraiser to support the local school. The event proved so popular it was reprised the following year, then on a weekly basis throughout the summer by the late 1940s. Over the subsequent decades, the small-town attraction has grown and gained a statewide following

Top Stories of 2018 – Editors’ Picks

December 31, 2018 | By TH Staff

Texas Highways Editors share their favorite stories of 2018.

The Call of The River Brings Peace and a Sense of Nostalgia

July 17, 2018 | By Emily Roberts Stone, Executive Editor

 
There’s something about a river that evokes feelings of nostalgia. Perhaps it’s the tie to something ancient—the current that ripples over our feet carries the same water that sustained native tribes and beckoned early settlers to its shore.

Inspired by John Graves’ “Goodbye to a River,” a Writer Returns to Her Roots on the Guadalupe

June 29, 2018 | By Clayton Maxwell

Nine-river Day

April 18, 2017 | By Matt Joyce

There’s something about the summer solstice that inspires adventure. As the official start of summer and the longest day of the year, the solstice illuminates a world of possibility with more than 14 hours of daylight.

It’s trout-stocking season in Texas

January 13, 2015 | By

No need to go to the grocery store for rainbow trout at this time of year.

Cast Away: Fly-fishing the Guadalupe River

December 19, 2013 | By Celestina Blok

Seated on a large, flat rock along a tranquil section of the Guadalupe River, I hear the faint whoosh of my husband’s fly line as his cast cuts through the air.

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