Thursday, March 18, 2010

Hikers heading out on the Devil's Hall Trail

Guadalupe Mountains National Park has a great 4.2 mile roundtrip trail that never fails to disappoint, the Devil's Hall trail.  Hikers are treated to views of mountain vistas, the desert floor, rocks and boulders, a dry streambed, and interesting wildlife.  It is a good trail to tackle on a windy day, because most of the trail is sheltered by mountains and cliff faces.

Thanks again to Marcy Stellfox of Austin for sending us her great photos of her hike through Devil's Hall! 

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