Hikers won't be alone on the South Rim, one of the most traveled trails in Texas. Climbing from the basin in the Chisos Mountains to a forested ridge, the path overlooks 3,000 feet of desert.

 
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Active and Adventure Review of South Rim Trail - Boot Springs Trail

Away Travel Expert: Laurie Roddy
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ActiveExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Camping,Day Hiking
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  • A 12.5-mile day-long day hike or backpacking hike to the South Rim via the Pinnacles and Boot Canyon Trails.
  • One of the most impressive hikes in the park to a sheer escarpment on the south side of the high section of the mountains offering views that encompass thousands of miles.
  • This is a steep hike that requires some physical conditioning if you plan on hiking it in one day.

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Big Bend National Park, Texas


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