Sun hats, sturdy shoes, water bottles, and trekking poles are among the top desert hiking essentials.
From forest trails to mountain peaks, these are the top hikes in Guadalupe Mountains National Park!
The Bowl is a high-elevation section of Guadalupe Mountains NP with some of the park’s nicest forest views.
The Smith Spring Trail is an easy 2-mile walk that leads to natural cold springs hidden in the desert.
The Bush Mountain Trail leads to the second-highest peak in Texas and offers expansive views for miles.
Guadalupe Peak is a challenging upward trek leads to amazing panoramic views!
A guide to hiking one of the park’s longest trails, the Tejas Trail, to the summit of Lost Peak.
Learn why Devil’s Hall is the best hike in Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Hike to one of Guadalupe Mountains National Park’s most striking features, the field of gypsum sand dunes!
The Permian Reef Trail is unique because it provides a chance to see 200-million-year-old fossils.