Hippie Hollow Horror

Average Rating - This road has been rated by 9 visitors

State: Texas
Date Submitted: November 1, 2005
Submitted by: Natureboy
Motorcycle Road Length: 40 Miles

Written Directions

Start your route in Four Points, TX which is just outside the north west side of Austin next to Lake Travis. From here just head west on Bulluck Hollow Road and it will T into FM FM 2769 - take a left (head west). Follow this road as it winds next to the lake and it changes names to Lime Creek Rd. The road will wind its way away from the lake and T into W. Whitestone Blvd. Take a left and now you'll be heading west on FM 1431. Now you're going to stay on this road for a while as it goes through Jonestown, Lago Vista, Smithwick, and finally takes you to the routes Marble Falls.


This road runs out of Austin to the northwest and then skirts along the north edge of Lake Travis. Just a little out of Austin you will pass the famous County Line BBQ on the Colorado River.

Road Quality  

On the stretch that is the north side of the lake there are some curves that require the rider to slow to about 10mph to negotiate; there is some gravel present. Note: IF THE SIGN SAYS 10MPH, BETTER GO 10MPH.

Roadside Amenities  

Plenty of stops in Austin, in Four Corners and also Volente. If you continue on you will hit FM 1431 that will take you all the way to Marble Falls.

Additional Info

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Reviewed by hypo on September 23, 2012
(3 out of 3 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Hypo
motorcycle_year: 1999
motorcycle_make: VFR800
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: DO NOT BE RUSHED ON THIS ROAD!!! If you aren't comfortable, make them pass! This is a great ride for twisties and views and very technical riding. Mind the speed limits, and hairpin turns, you will see a few corners where pegs dragged and the bike dropped into the hole due to lack of speed or ability. My wife followed me on her bike and we were doing fine but we got caught by about 6 guys on adventure bikes who wanted to go faster than we were going right as we went into the hardcore twisties, so they probably turned around and ran it again... but when we dropped into town there was Johnny Law sitting there waiting for us so I probably saved them a few hundred in welcome to Texas fees. :)
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Reviewed by Guest on April 18, 2012
(2 out of 2 members found this review useful.)
Creator: David
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Yamaha R6
motorcycle_type: Sport
Comment: Very nice but scary at times especially when your bike wants to go faster. On a crotch rocket it is very adrenalin-filled , this is a road for the more experienced sports bike rider every curve is a blind one and you gota watch out for school buses and 18 wheelers ,the first time i remember goin down a big hill and down the hill was a big curve dont wana run off the road on that one..after a couple times it gets more fun once you know the road
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Reviewed by tk4790 on June 29, 2015
(1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Tk4790
motorcycle_year: 2014
motorcycle_make: Honda CB 500X
motorcycle_type: Other
Comment: This is probably the most technical ride I've done so far. The posted speed limits are really not to be used as suggestions. Tons of twisties,hills,dips curves and what have you. Big sections of this ride you are constantly busy. Downshift,brake, roll off throttle, roll on throttle, clutch, lean. Fun ride but not for a beginner.
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Reviewed by jimintexas on June 4, 2013
(1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Jim in Texas
motorcycle_year: 2011
motorcycle_make: HD
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Great road for twisties and rolling hills. Lots of fun in the turns and curves. Use care since you are sharing the road with lots of others. Saw a car rollover in the ditch about ten miles out of Marble Falls. A few places to stop along the way and great food at either end................1
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Reviewed by bd1015 on January 25, 2012
(1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Creator: bd1015
motorcycle_year: 2006
motorcycle_make: Honda VTX1300C
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: This is one of the best Texas rides I have been on. I only gave it 4, because we did the 1500 miles around TN and NC last summer and that is hard to beat. The twisties around the lake are a blast. Although the ride is not super long. Great scenery as well. For a break, there are several places to pull off on dead end roads and walk closer to the lake. Be cautious as everyone mentioned. Watch out for slow cars as well. On the way back we stopped by the Uncle Billys Brew and Que by the Oasis on Lake Travis. Very good microbrews and bbq. You can also take a right by the Oasis for a quick 10 minute scenic ride. The road dead ends... just turn around and go back.
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Reviewed by yoitsnaimo on December 28, 2011
(1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Chris
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Harley Davidson VROD
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: This was a fun road to ride. Scenery is nice, bunch of trees plus houses here and there. Nice for a passenger to look at but driver needs to pay attention to road, signs, and speed limit. Its an exciting ride with turns after turns with multiple hills. Excellent ride!!!
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Reviewed by Guest on March 21, 2011
(1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Spanky
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Honda
motorcycle_type: Cruiser
Comment: Great ride! We started at Cedar Park and rode to Marble Falls and back. Roads in great condition, traffic we encountered friendly. Great biker friendly BBQ place at Marble Falls, Peete Mesquite BBQ!
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Reviewed by Guest on July 23, 2010
(1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Sleezy rider
motorcycle_year: 2004
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Amen on slowing down on lime creek road. I live in the area and a year doesn't go by without losing a rider to this road. This ride is really fun but be on top of your game here and don't get stupid. OBEY the speed signs!!!!!! Their important. Ride safe.
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Reviewed by Guest on June 17, 2010
(1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Creator: Warren
motorcycle_year: 2003
motorcycle_make: Harley-Davidson
motorcycle_type: Touring
Comment: Brother, you are so right- when it says 10MPH on Lime Creek Rd, you don't want to be going 11! Good way for your motorcycle to end up in a tree. It is a beautiful ride, though!
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