Devil’s Hall Trail in Guadalupe Mountains National Park presents a spectacular hike in the fall when the bigtooth maples change colors. The 4.2-mile, round-trip trek begins at a trailhead near the Pine Springs Campground, heads into Pine Springs Canyon, and climbs up natural rock steps. The trail gets its name from a narrow canyon at the end of the route where hikers turn around to head back. You’ll also find fall color displays at McKittrick Canyon, on the northeastern edge of the park.
Photos by: Richard Reynolds
Published: October 10, 2016 at 8:47 pm
Written by Art Williams, Photographs by Richard Reynolds | From the October 2016 issue | Updated: October 10, 2016 | Filed Under: Photo Gallery
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