Austin is a bicycle-friendly city and ranked one of the fittest cities in the U.S. with 10 miles of trails that border Lady Bird Lake in downtown Austin by the Hyatt Regency, our conference hotel. The trails are used by runners, walkers and cyclists. The lake offers stand-up paddle boarding, water-biking and leisurely canoe-paddling. Kayak, canoe and paddleboard rentals are available at various spots along the trail. You can also cool off in the constant 68-degree waters of Barton Springs Pool, a spring-fed swimming hole in Zilker Park. It was voted the “Best Swimming Hole in Texas.” And of course, Austin is well known for fine dining and food trucks, music and arts.
Austin is also the gateway to surrounding historic towns, vineyards and wineries. You may know that Austin is officially known as The Live Music Capital of the World but you may not know the unofficial slogan is “Keep Austin Weird” in the spirit of pro-local community based organizations.
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