But I think that the Howard W. Peak Greenway system may end up needing its own tag.
This is because I hope to eventually walk the entire thing. Not at once, though that would be cool to take a few days to do. And it would take a few days, because at the moment, the brochure (Warning! This link leads to a PDF!) says that there are currently 47 miles of trails. My current record (since I’ve been using the pedometer on my phone) is 12 miles in one day. So if I were able to keep that pace, it would take me, well, about four days to walk the whole thing.
Eventually, the greenway system will ring pretty much the entire city from the Medina River in the south to Leon Creek in the west, and then the Leon Creek Greenway will meet the Salado Creek Greenway up at Eisenhower Park (just south of Camp Bullis) and then the Salado Creek Greenway will go down the east side of the city. The Riverwalk runs down the center, but it will eventually connect to the Medina River. There don’t seem to be any plans to make the Leon Creek Greenway meet the Medina River Greenway, nor the Salado Creek Greenway with the Riverwalk. It would be fantastic if they did, though, because then one could just start anywhere in the system and reach any other part almost without ever going up to street level.
And I hope to walk all of it eventually.
So far, I’ve done the middle part of the Salado Creek Greenway, the far northern part of the Leon Creek Greenway, and, just at a rough guess, the northern 70% or so of the Riverwalk. So I have my work (or my walking, technically) cut out for me.