Guadalupe Mountains National Park is a little-known national park in Texas.

It is 45 minutes down the same road from Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park has five different districts for you to explore.

Although not the tallest point, El Capitan is the most pronounced peak in the park.

The park offers many hiking trails. Pack a windbreaker as it is often very windy.

You may encounter mule deer near hiking trails.

Devil's Hall is a strenuous but rewarding 4.2-mile round-trip hike that includes bouldering.

Pratt Cabin is a 4.8-mile round-trip hike with a beautiful mountain horizon view.

Manzanita Spring is a great spot for potential wildlife sightings.

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