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Located at the Pine Springs Trailhead, a beautiful coniferous forest of pine and Douglas fir covers the high ridges and canyons, and awaits those who are willing to hike up 2500 feet from the Chihuahuan desert below. The remnants of wildland fire are still evident along sections of the trails. From Pine Springs campground, follow the Frijole Trail, and Bear Canyon Trail to the top, then left on the Bowl Trail. Take a side trip to Hunter Peak, then descend via Tejas Trail. This hike is rated strenuous. Allow 8-10 hours; round trip is 9.1 miles.

Directions: From Whites City, NM, Travel south along Highway 62.

Elevation Gain: 2,500 feet

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas


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