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Distance

4.2 miles

Trail Type

Out & Back

Trail Difficulty

Moderate

Δ Elevation (FT)

~400 (+)

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Devil’s Hall Trail (GMNP)

Texas | Guadalupe Mountains

  • Fall foliage along the Devil's Hall Trail in GMNP, Texas.

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The Devil's Hall Trail is a moderate hiking trail in Guadalupe Mountains National Park near El Paso, Texas. This hike is kid friendly. This hike begins at the Pine Springs Trailhead. The park says "hike the streambed of Pine Springs Canyon, then climb the natural rock of the Hiker's Staircase, to the finale - the Devil's Hall. This rocky trail has very little elevation gain, and leads you through maples, ponderosa pine, and many plant varieties of the Chihuahuan desert. The trail is rated moderate; though it is only 4.2 miles round trip, allow 3-5 hours to enjoy this hike." As with all trails in the Guadalupe Mountains, make sure to bring plenty of water and sunscreen. There are two developed front country campgrounds in Guadalupe Mountains National Park, the Pine Springs Campground and the Dog Canyon Campground.

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Entrance & Camping Fees, Backcountry Camping Free
Contact: Guadalupe Mountains National Park 400 Pine Canyon Drive Salt Flat, TX 79847

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