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08 April . 2016

Discover Big View Trail at the Rancho Rescue Run on 4/16 – or come by any day for a trial run

A new trail that lives up to its name, Big View Trail offers big views of some of the most spectacular Hill Country scenery found in Rancho Sienna. Starting from its trailhead at The Sienna House, this approximate 1.5-mile trail meanders through rugged ravines, past dramatic rock outcroppings, and through stands of old live oaks.

Big view trail in Rancho Sienna community Georgetown, TX

The Rancho Rescue Run on April 16 offers a perfect opportunity to discover Big View Trail. Part of the Spring Into Rancho Sienna weekend, this run/walk along Big View Trail will benefit the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter. The run/walk meanders past the community’s future dog park, opening this summer.

There’s no cost to participate, but if you donate $10 or more, you’ll get a free commemorative T-shirt, and all proceeds will go to support this no-kill shelter.

Rancho Sienna Rescue Run Flyer

Rancho Sienna visitors are also welcome to enjoy a trial run along Big View Trail on any other day. Just check in at the community information center in The Sienna House – a great place to grab a bottle of water and a snack.

Big View Trail is one of the final legs in a community-wide trail system that extends for approximately six miles, connecting neighborhoods to The Sienna House and other amenities including Greenleaf Park, Overlook Park, the Outdoor Dining Room and Sienna Trail Park.

Bluebonnets at Greenleaf Park in Rancho Sienna Georgetown, TX

The trail system will also connect neighborhoods to the future Rancho Sienna Elementary School, a Liberty Hill ISD elementary school planned to open in August, 2017, pending voter approval of a bond election this spring.

In all, Rancho Sienna offers more than 100 acres of parks, trails and open space. There’s no better time than the Rancho Rescue Run and the Spring Into Rancho Sienna event to get acquainted with them.