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Located within the scenic Devils River State Natural Area, this 12 mile looped trail is accessable by both foot and by mountain bikes.

The trail will allower users to explore this beautiful area. Ecologically, the area combines elements of the Edwards Plateau to the east, the Trans-Pecos to the west and south Texas brush to the south. There are large, dense stands of live oak and pecan trees adjacent to the river, plus semidesert grassland vegetation on the ridges and slopes away from the river and numerous springs and seeps with mosses, ferns, various herbs, and vines.

Directions: From Del Rio, TX, Travel north on State Highway 277 for 45 miles, turn left on Dolan Creek Road (gravel) and go 18.6 miles to the park boundary.

Elevation: 1300 feet

Difficulty: Varies

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Devils River State Natural Area, Texas

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