The most popular trail in the park, this challenging hike takes you to the summit of Guadalupe Peak, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
This moderate trail follows a rocky streambed to a narrow canyon with natural stone stairs and walls, known as the Devil’s Hall.
This scenic trail leads you through a lush riparian oasis with colorful foliage, especially in the fall, and historic buildings along the way.
This easy loop trail takes you to a shady spring with a small waterfall and pond, surrounded by diverse plants and wildlife.
This trail offers a contrast to the mountainous terrain of the park, as it takes you to a vast expanse of white gypsum sand dunes that sparkle in the sun.
This trail is a geologist’s dream, as it showcases the ancient marine fossils and formations of the Capitan Reef, one of the best preserved in the world.
This trail is for the adventurous hikers, as it traverses the rugged slopes of El Capitan, the iconic landmark of the park, and offers stunning views of the desert and mountains.
The trail offers a historical and cultural experience, passing by the park's oldest structure, Frijole Ranch, and the Cultural Museum showcasing human history.
A challenging trek up the Tejas Escarpment, this trail offers stunning views and solitude, bridging the park's high and low country.
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A rugged journey to Bush Mountain's summit, this trail provides a wilderness adventure with diverse wildlife and flora, amidst remote surroundings.
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