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    If you have not been. Put it on your bucket list. The Texas Hill Country is a must see! 1. Kayak the Medina River | 10 Adventures in Texas' Hidden Hill Country - Southern Living

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    10 Texas Hidden Adventures Kayak the Medina River Winding through tunnels of towering bald cypress trees on its way to Bandera, the Medina River doesn’t get the crowds that flock to the Guadalupe River.

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    On my next trip to Texas I MUST do this - 10 Adventures in Texas' Hidden Hill Country. I especially want to do this one:Kayak the Medina River Winding through tunnels of towering bald cypress trees on its way to Bandera, the Medina River doesn’t get the crowds that flock to the Guadalupe River. So you have most of it to yourself as you spend a couple of hours of bliss in a kayak rented from the Medina River Company, 830/796-3600.

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