Wednesday, November 26, 2008

View from the South Rim

One of the best hikes--and best views--in Texas is the South Rim hike in Big Bend National Park. Visibility into Mexico can stretch 100 miles on a clear day.
A 6.3 mile (one way) trek via the Laguna Meadow Trail, or the same distance via the Pinnacles and Boot Canyon Trails, hikers can make it in a long day or plan to backpack it and stay the night.
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