Best Things To Do In Guadalupe Mountains 

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Hike to Guadalupe Peak – Guadalupe Peak is the highest point in Texas. This is one of the most popular hikes in the park.

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Hike the Devils Hall Trail – Starting at the Pine Springs Trailhead, the first mile is an easy hike on a dirt path that runs through the canyon.

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Hike to Hunter's Peak – This loop hike starts and ends at the Pine Springs Trailhead. Most people climb the Bear Canyon Trail to the Bowl Trail.

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Walk the Pinery Trail – this short, paved trail leads to the ruins of the old Butterfield stagecoach route Pinery Station

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Frijole Ranch Museum and Spring Trail - The Frijole Ranch Cultural Museum is a one-room schoolhouse and spring house that was part of Frijole Ranch.

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EL Capitan Lookout – For one of the best views of El Capitan, drive up to El Capitan Lookout on Highway 62/180.

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Hike to Pratt Cabin – This is one of the shortest hikes to do in McKittrick Canyon. To access Pratt Cabin from the McKittrick Canyon Trailhead.

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Hiking to the Notch – Beyond the Grotto, the McKittrick Canyon Trail becomes quite steep and rocky. As you approach the mountains, the trail turns towards McKittrick Ridge.

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