Starting out in Ft Worth . . once we make it past Granbury, Hwy 377 can be a pleasant ride. At Commanche, we turn South on Hwy 16. This is a 2-lane, very smooth blacktop road with occasional passing lanes. There are plenty of places to stop for lunch and fuel along the way.Hwy 16 takes us all the way to Fredericksburg where we spend the night. Dinner at the Fredericksburg Brewery is a must, as is Breakfast Tacos at Winslow's the next morning. Be sure to take a little time to window shop on Main Street before heading back out on the road.Continuing South on Hwy 16, we head toward Kerrville and intersect RR 27/39 (west) to Hunt, then on to a great little Farm-to-Market Rd (1340). Now it's time for the 'Sisters.' There are many ways to ride 'em . . just have to figure out a new route each time. Twists, turns, ups and downs and some of the gosh darn best scenery in the state!There are any number of places one could end up in after riding the Sisters. I'm in doubt whether Bandera has a Hotel that is worth it's weight in Camel dung so, Medina and the Koyote Ranch is looking pretty good!Sunday morning . . . if Bandera isn't too far away, the Old Spanish Trail (OST) restaurant is a CHOICE location for Breakfast. Then, it is time to choose a route home. Luckenbach is always fun to cruise through . . . and I hear that nearby Albert, Tx. is still in business too.
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However you get there, the sisters is an awesome ride!
Fri Jul 19, 2013 at 8:43 AM
I did this same route in March 2012. It was spectacular and full of great scenery and historical places. The Kerrville to The Sisters via 16 was awesome too. It was hard to believe it would get better but it did once we hit 337. The Three Sisters are a must for any motorcyclist. I can't wait to get back there.
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:09 AM