This was not a volksmarch. We decided to just walk at this State Park which is about 24 miles west of Lampasas. We headed out on the River Trail to see Gorman Falls. We started about 9am, It was overcast and not too hot. It was to be an out and back of approx 10K. We had the Colorado River on one side and some beautiful cliffs on the other.
We took a wrong turn at the Primitive Camping Area so the trail was pretty rough.
We finally rejoined the regular trail and continued on the the Gorman Falls area. We again missed our turn to go to the Falls and continued about a mile on the road before turning back. We found the entrance to the Falls trail and went to see them. It was a gorgeous area.
It was quite a climb down to them and then back up, but I think it was worth it. The walk was probably a 15K and it took us 4 hours to complete.