Whether you live in or near Dallas, chances are you're surrounded by gorgeous trails that are perfect to go hiking on, no matter the weather. We know finding the perfect ones can be tough, which is why we've made a list of the best hiking spots in and near Dallas.

These six spring hikes are just a short drive from Downtown Dallas and are perfect for the spring, which is just a few months away! Being proactive is key, especially when it comes to an incredible Instagram feed.

Piedmont Ridge Trail

Price: Free

Address: 2400 N Jim Miller Rd., Dallas, TX

Why You Need To Go: This trail is extremely dog-friendly and has numerous activities to enjoy while out and about with your furry companion.

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Big Cedar Wilderness Trails

Price: Free

Address: 8991-8999 Isom Ln., Dallas, TX

Why You Need To Go: If you're into cycling or looking to take up a new hobby, this trail is perfect for an adventure on wheels.

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Katie Jackson Park

Price: Free

Address: 4900 Haverwood Ln., Dallas, TX

Why You Need To Go: There are endless creeks and trails to explore, perfect for the nice, cool weather or even for when things start to heat up.

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Reverchon Park

Price: Free

Address: 3505 Maple Ave., Dallas, TX

Why You Need To Go: This park is massive and has so many trails hidden within, you'll feel like you've been transported somewhere new after each one.

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Cedar Ridge Preserve

Price: Free

Address: 7171 Mountain Creek Pkwy., Dallas, Texas

Why You Need To Go: Whether you're a beginner at hiking or have been doing it for some time, this preserve has something for everyone. Oh, and insanely beautiful views!

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Eagle Mountain Lake Park

Price: Free

Address: 11601 Morris Dido Newark Rd., Fort Worth, TX

Why You Need To Go: The trails here will lead you to unbelievable views, perfect for photographing life's special moments.

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