Guadalupe
Mountains
National Park

Guadalupe Mountains National Park is in the Guadalupe Mountains of West Texas and contains Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas at 8,749 feet (2,667 m) in elevation. Located east of El Paso, it also contains El Capitan, long used as a landmark by people traveling along the old route later followed by the Butterfield Overland Mail stagecoach line. Visitors can see the ruins of an old stagecoa…
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Hunter Peak is an 8,368 foot summit in Guadalupe Mountains National Park, west T…
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The Permian Reef Trail in Guadalupe Mountains National Park climbs 2,000 feet ab…
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Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas/New Mexico - hiking trails, wildlife an…
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Smith Spring, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas - sheltered spring in a w…
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McKittrick Canyon Trail, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas - a pleasant h…
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The Devil's Hall Trail in Guadalupe Mountains National Park follows a dry wash i…
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Guadalupe Peak Trail, Guadalupe Mountains National Park - an 8.5 mile trail to t…
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